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Book Recommendations: Primary/Elementary Readers

We always remind parents that in the early days of regaining interest in reading after months or years of struggling, the goal is to keep all reading practice fun and enjoyable. It is also a big bonus for the content to be interesting and appropriately challenging. Instead of strictly enforcing reading each night, we recommend finding books that your child wants to read without any prodding. Graphic novels, comic books, and age appropriate chapter books are all places to start!

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3 ways to help your child learn to read better in less time

On average, children spend 7475 hours in the classroom throughout their primary and lower secondary education, and much of that time is spent on reading. In our experience, most children can crack reading in about 15 hours with the right instruction method.

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Our 7 Golden Rules for Reading Success

  Our 7 Golden Rules for Reading Success by Laura Gordon || 7 November 2018 At Easyread, we have helped thousands of children learn to read confidently and accurately. The secret to our success lies in our seven golden rules. We find that if you follow these golden...

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APD vs ADD: Which Is It?

APD vs ADD: Which Is It?

Auditory Processing Disorder (APD) and Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) can sometimes be mis-diagnosed — even for each other!

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How to End Reading Battles in Under a Minute

Got a child who throws tantrums when it’s time for reading practice? Seen books flying cross the floor? Perhaps you just get the silent treatment? If any of these are ringing a bell, then your child has a bad case of stress built up around reading.

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What is Guessing and is it a Reading Problem?

What is Guessing and is it a Reading Problem?

Guessing while reading is difficult for some parents to identify because they only think of it as guessing from the first letter on unfamiliar words. Moreover, some parents do not realize that any form of guessing constitutes a reading problem

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