how to help your child remember what he reads

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May 20, 2013
Some children are able to easily read the words on a page but cannot remember a lick of what they read. Believe it. Whole paragraphs, pages, chapters can sometimes decoded–words read, even fluently–but nothing. The child remember nothing. Frustrating right? Believe me, it’s not all that unusual. And you can help! What can a parent do? What can a teacher do? What should the child do? Fear not. There is help, and there are a handful of strategies that really do support this kind of struggle. I covered what to do when your child can’t remember what he reads over on the Scholastic Parents blog this week, and I totally think it’s worth mentioning here. Don’t get angry about the jump from teachmama.com to Scholastic Parents. It’s totally worth it. See you there! Here’s the skinny. . . What to do When Your Child Can’t Remember What He Reads: Find the deets over at Scholastic. See you there! Pin ItThe post how to help your child remember what he reads appeared first on teach mama.