Reading

Connie Mistler Davidson

Is your child having trouble reading? It is painful to see a child struggle with reading. You know that having difficulty with reading impacts their entire academic life. When children are in pain, it affects the whole family. You can make a difference for your child. Find him a reading tutor.

Connie Mistler Davidson

From its witty title to its satisfying ending, The Overdue Life of Amy Byler by Kelly Harms doesn’t disappoint. This book is not my usual fare, but it was the Amazon First Reads for April, and seemed appealing. Not only was this book free to me, but it was a joy to read, from beginning to end.

Connie Mistler Davidson

Books may give us the benefit of information that can change our very existence. Excelling with Autism-Obtaining Critical Mass Using Deliberate Practice by Brenda Smith Myles, Ruth Aspy, Kerry Mataya, and Hollis Shaffer can help people with developmental differences to transform their lives.

Connie Mistler Davidson

Reading books, especially picture books with easier sentence structures can be a good way to learn about prepositions. This article shows several ways to teach about prepositions. You can also learn what prepositions and prepositional phrases are.

Connie Mistler Davidson

When people are able to read about things that interest them, they are more anxious to read. This is especially true for children. Ask children about their special interests, then buy or borrow books that will give them more information about those hobbies. Don't forget books with pictures, too!

Connie Mistler Davidson

Catch the young child's interest in the world around her. Make sure that she has access to a variety of reading materials. Building strong readers starts years before a child ever goes to school and enters the classroom. Birth to age 5 is a critical time in your child's intellectual development.