Easy to use for busy parents and teachers--
Independent reading hooks kids on reading
because they can choose their own books according to their own interests.
This free packet helps to make the process simple.
Besides reading what appeals to them, students can practice
previously taught reading skills and improve in many ways.
The books, however, should be fairly close their reading levels.
Use Reading Spotlight’s QRLE to assess approximate reading level.
Find out how to do it here:
Reading success is cumulative, as is reading decline.
Students who read independently become better and more motivated.
Students who read independently accrue superior vocabularies,
higher reading scores, better writing skills, and improved reading rate. This packet includes:
- Parent Letter
- Questions from educational research that improve reading motivation
- A simple Record Sheet
- Ideas for incentives and rewards that are free or inexpensive
Perfect for at-school, summer, or distance learning.