Today I’m on the PBS Media Infusion site talking about reinforcing reading skills with interactive websites.
Learning to read can be a difficult challenge for children when the traditional methods of teaching with books, paper, and pencil don’t fit their learning style. When I was teaching, I always varied my methods to make sure that information was presented in different ways to meet the multitude of learning styles in my classroom. As a parent, I provide Little Miss Techie with different kinds of experiences to advance her love of literacy: books on CD, listening to books on the One More Story website, using her LeapFrog TAG, and lots of time snuggling on the couch with a stack of books.
Regardless of if your child is a beginning or a fluent reader, they can benefit from the practice and instant feedback from interactive websites provide as part of their literacy experience.
To read more about why interactive websites benefit readers of all levels and my favorite sites for beginning to fluent readers, click here.
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