Protocol on what a mother/home educator should do when learning to read is difficult. Every child can read, but some have a harder time. Don’t put it off. Do NOT just wait until they are in the 3rd grade and have already embraced failure! Don’t make it a big hairy, crying deal. Here are the secrets.
There are 10 messages, including 2 bonus interviews with professionals.
The health foundation that is often lacking.
The secrets to disambiguation… or … the secret to not confusing the child. This is normally entirely overlooked!
The mindset and the faith to use when things get difficult. If this were not a key, then it would not be talked about in business circles for a century. You need, however, a certain tweak or two.
How to observe, as a step to fixing, without diagnosing. No death knells here!
When to bring in a specialist, and which to use.
My testimony of teaching my grandsons to read, each of whom had serious problems, and all of whom went on to being honor students in lower elementary.