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Reading

Here are reading tasks that can be done at home to support your child's reading development.

 

Please try to do at least one of the following tasks each day:

 

1) Read to your child: Read a variety of books and it is lovely for favourite stories to be repeated. Hearing the patterns of language in a story will help support your child's language development. Explain any new or unfamiliar words to help broaden their vocabulary.

 

2) Your child reading to you: try to allow opportunity for your child to read to you daily if possible. Your child may have reading books they have brought home from school. 

If they don't, you can find free ebooks from Oxford Owl and I would recommend registering to access age appropriate books your child can read to you.

https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/for-home/find-a-book/library-page/

 

3) Look through magazines, newspapers, books with your child and try and spot words around the house (even on food packaging)- can they spot any words that they know? Or any sounds they have been learning?

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