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Every now and again we all need breaks. Time to take a deep breath, focus our attention, or switch gears in our brain. These are some of the sensory tools I’ve kept handy for when students in my class need to take a break.
I wrote this article for classroom teachers on BookNook Learning, but many of these tips can be used at home with your child. I hope you find them helpful!
Simple things you can do at home to help promote a literacy-rich environment for your child. Happy Reading!
To attain strong reading comprehension, students must be a active readers. This means students are not just just decoding words, they are actively thinking about the content they are reading.