Do you have a little reader at your home that you just can’t seem to keep enough books around for? Over the years we’ve had a few readers like this in our homes and we thought it might be fun to sit and chat about ways we keep them challenged. Plus a few tips for what to do at school.
Hangout with Amanda and Kim on tonight, March 12 at 9:30. Here’s your chance to sit in on one of our every continuing conversations about what we’re doing with our 6 year olds with reading.
RSVP to the Event Here on Google + or watch the video below
The best part is you can show up in your jammies, we’ll never know. Grab a pen and paper, you might want to write a few notes and grab a glass of something yummy to drink while you listen and watch. Feel free to ask questions in the comment section and we’ll do our best to answer them.
Here’s the link up of a few of the Tips we’re disccuing for Challenging Advanced Readers
- Chapter Books
- Visit the Library before or after school
- Become friends with your librarian
- Ways to Read for information
- Reader’s Response Journal
- Book Baskets & Books everywhere….car, restaurant, playroom, kitchen table, bedroom and bookshelves.
Resources for your Advanced Readers
- Advanced Readers from Education Week
- Challenging Children Who are Advanced from Reading Coach Online
- Reading Book List for your Advanced Reader from Scholastic
- Lexile Levels Video from Lexile
- Guiding Reading Levels from Scholastic
- Using Lexile Scores at Home from Metric
- Five Finger Tip Rule for Choosing Books
- Best Books for Kids Collaborative Pinterest Board
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