Posts Tagged ‘reading early’

How to Support Toddlers who Show Signs of Being an Early Reader

Lynn (Parent) asks: How can I support a toddler who is showing signs of being an early reader? Dr. Marion Blank (Reading Kingdom Founder) answers: As far back as Plato, scholars made an interesting distinction between two forms of learning—self generated learning (what one chooses to learn) and imposed learning (what one is required to learn from others). Not unexpectedly,…

New study: Babies can’t learn to read, they don’t understand

Multiple products have been released that claim your child can learn to read as an infant or toddler.  But research shows that this simply is not true. The Daily Journal has more: “Read to your baby, sing and play games. But don’t waste money on programs that claim to teach infants to read, a new study suggests. Researchers who explored…

Reading early can prevent learning troubles later in life

Reading is the single most important skill a child will ever learn. All educational success depends on it. Department of Education statistics however, show that 2 out of 3 children fail to become proficient readers. The Press Register explains how reading early can prevent learning troubles later in life: Once you have learned to read, you might not give much…