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05/03/2019



Incidental Reading Lessons

Your student’s reading level can play a large role in determining their future academic and career options. For this reason, it’s important to start teaching your children to read as early as possible. The Tutoring Center, Wichita has two great tips below which can help to get you started.

Junk Mail

There’s a good chance that you receive a large amount of physical mail which you are either reluctant to read or will throw away entirely. However, this mail can provide a great reading experience for your student. Whether it’s a letter from the bank about updated terms or a flyer from your local furniture store, ask your children to read it all aloud to you and your family. Reading this type of material with your company provides children with a great way to learn a range of writing styles and allows them to learn vocabulary items which they otherwise wouldn’t in class.

Ingredients and Recipes

Sounding out new words is a great way to learn, however, it can often provide challenges for students. If this sounds familiar, your kitchen can provide a great platform to teach. As you are preparing a meal, ask your children to read you the ingredients list on any canned items you will be using, including the range of strange and complicated scientific names. While it may seem strange for children to learn these words, the lesson is actually in pronunciation. Seeing a broad range of words gives your student more opportunities to see letter combinations in a range of situations.

One-To-One Tutoring in Wichita Can Work for Your Student

If your child struggles with reading, it’s important to help them as soon as possible with tutoring in Wichita. To learn more about how tutoring in Wichita can help your child with their reading, book your free initial diagnostic assessment at The Tutoring Center, Wichita by calling 316-854-3000.

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