Tag Archives: Reading Exercise

Secret Reading Place

Reem’s comment: This is an interesting idea that parents can use in their home to help children increase their reading. We don’t have to have a fancy tent, we can use a blanket. Children like to have a special place … Continue reading

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Good Readers: Stairway to success.

Reem’s Comment: This is like a stairway to increase reading ability. I will follow these ideas and print on large paper to hang in my classroom. Let’s do this together. Please take a picture, send to me and let me … Continue reading

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كيف تشجع أبناءك على القراءة

كيف تشجع أبناءك على القراءة هل تريد أن تعود طفلك على القراءة (reading)، وتريد أن تنمي به حب هذه الهواية؟ مجتمعنا يعرض العديد من التحديات لتحقيق هذا الهدف. حتى الأطفال الذين يحبون القراءة يستنكفون أحيانا أن يفعلوا ذلك مع جميع الخيارات الأخرى للتسلية. يرغب معظم الأطفال اليوم أن … Continue reading

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How Big Are You? An Amazing Presentation

  Children  can  learn a lot and a lot of things through these images For example,  children  can writes there own story using there  imagination Also  know the names of the planets and simple information about them And other wonderful … Continue reading

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Ask Patty: How to get children to draw big

Ask Patty: How to get children to draw big Reem’s Comment: Many students learn best through visual exercises. This idea is very helpful because when children draw what they are learning, they will more easily remember it. I am a … Continue reading

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From the book “No David”

Reem’s Comment: This helps children to use their imagination and show what they learned from the book in their pictures. It is a very simple exercise, requiring only paper and pencils/crayons. The finished pictures can be put on the wall.  … Continue reading

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