Are you wondering how to teach reading? From the brand new homeschooler to the old pro, everyone knows how important reading is. It’s so important, it can create a lot of stress for the home educator! When should you start teaching reading? What method should you use? How do you keep your student interested? And once your kids are reading, how can you be sure they’re reading the right things? Holly and Melody answer all these questions and more in today’s episode, so sit back, listen in, and learn all about how to teach reading!
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The Well Read Kid
Checklist For Reading Readiness
Reading Resources for the ACT
SAT Reading Test
Our Reading Readlist:
A Home Start in Reading, by Ruth Beechick
A Strong Start in Language, by Ruth Beechick
You Can Teach Your Child Successfully, by Ruth Beechick
Games for Reading, by Peggy Kaye
The Writing Road to Reading, by Romalda Spalding
Reading and Spelling Pure & Simple, by Deede Hinckley Cauley
Teach Your Child to Read in 100 Easy Lessons, by Elaine Bruner, Phyllis Haddox, and Siegfried Engelmann
The Read-Aloud Handbook, by Jim Trelease
Phonics Pathways by Dolores G. Hiskes
The Happy Homeschooler Podcast is a Transcript Maker Production. It is hosted by Holly Williams Urbach and Melody Gillum, produced by Matthew Bass, and edited by Norah Williams. Our graphic design is by Pete Soloway and our music is by The Great Pangolin.
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