Reading SOS – Tips for Families
What’s the best way to support beginning readers at home? Reading SOS: Expert Answers to Family Questions About Reading is a special video series that answers parents’ questions about:
- Phonemic awareness, Phonics, and Fluency
- Vocabulary and Comprehension
- Using Technolgy for Reading, Writing, and Learning
- Bilingual Families
Here’s a sample of the questions and answers from Reading SOS.
Which letter sounds do I teach first?
Should I correct my child when she reads aloud to me?
What are some tips to help parents coping with virtual learning?
I am still learning English myself. How can I help my child learn to read in English?
These videos, designed for parents, are easy to share from the Reading SOS YouTube playlist.
Looking for a longer format with more information? View the made-in-BC Come Read with Me video series released last year.
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