What to do when kids don’t read fluently

09/05/2013 | By More

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Fluent readers are readers who not only sound good while they’re reading, but who also understand what they’re reading. And by “good,” I mean that when they read, they sound natural and conversational, not choppy or disconnected. We all know how hard it is to listen to non-fluent reading, and we all know how fluent reading shouldsound. But how do we help them get from non-fluent to fluent? What should parents do when their kids are not fluent readers? And more importantly, what can parents do to help their children read more fluently? CONTINUE READING

Category: Dyslexia

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