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Reading Comprehension
EnglishReading Comprehension: The ability to read, understand and interpret any written means of communication.
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Reading Comprehension By Saddleback Educational Publishing
Strategies for Independent Learner By Camille L. Z. Blachowicz, Donna Ogle
Reading Comprehension, Second Edition: Strategies for Independent ...
Reading Comprehension Strategies: Theories, Interventions, and Technologies
Collaborative Strategies for Teaching Reading Comprehension: Maximizing Your Effect
Teaching Comprehension Strategies All Readers Need
60 Strategies for Improving Reading Comprehension in Grades K-8
Online Resources
ABC Teach K12Reader Reading Rockets Mr. Nussbaum
Wikipedia Sight Words Balanced Reading The Reading Genie
Textmapping Reading Genie We Are Teachers Mrs. Perkins Dolch
MyRead Sadlier Oxford Scholarly Articles  
Eric Digest Literacy Web Reading Reform Foundation
Games for Kids
FunBrain Gamequarium Sight Words PBS Games for Kids
StarFall Reading Games Readquarium Language Art Read It
Tips for Teachers
VeryWell edGalaxy Reading Rockets What a Bright Idea
Literacy Teacher Vision Busy Teacher Reading Tutors
Tips for Parents
K12Reader Understood Family Education
Norwood Reading Rocket US Department of Education
Scholastics Bloom-Carol Tennessee State
Advice
1. Read to the child when they are very young and have them read with you as they grow older.
2. Have plenty of reading materials available through out the house.
3. Let them see you reading and enjoying what you are reading.
4. If they are have difficulty reading work with them and if necessary have their eyes checked.
5. Sometimes reading problems could be the result of Dyslexia. Have them checked for this disability.