Strategies and tools to help your students become better readers

The open classroom can be a far from ideal environment for every child to thrive in oral reading progress, especially for shy or less confident readers. Other students struggle to maintain their reading progress when learning from home. We know it’s difficult to strike a balance for everyone, that’s why we’ve created this guide.

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In this practical guide we will help you to understand  the importance of reading aloud as well as giving you take-away strategies to help implement plans for students to become better readers and progress their reading fluency whether working with you in the classroom or learning from home.