Presentation on theme: "Perivale Primary School & Children’s Centre"— Presentation transcript:
1 Perivale Primary School & Children’s Centre Early Reading
2 Reading to your Child Perivale Primary School & Children’s Centre Research shows that children learn to read earlierand better, when they are read to regularly froman early age.ModellingEnjoymentRead to them 10 minutes every dayLet them choose booksMake it fun
3 At Perivale General provision Nursery Mobile library Reception Reading areas/Book corners/tents inside & outsideStorytime dailyLabels/posters/signs/word mats around classroomPhonic sessionsNurseryMobile libraryReceptionNew books every week-increased amount since Spring termGuided reading every weekIndividual reading as and when
4 Plastic letter games Perivale Primary School & Children’s Centre Help them recognise letters really fastMultisensoryFunIdeasLetter sortingFinding lettersMaking wordsMatching pairs
5 Direction Children may not know that: The story is in the print Perivale Primary School & Children’s CentreDirectionChildren may not know that:The story is in the printWe read from left to rightWe go down the pageSay:Where do we start?Which way do we go?
6 Pointing Perivale Primary School & Children’s Centre Children need to be able to point to each word asthey read as this helps them:Match spoken word to printNotice spacesDistinguish words from each otherFind the first letter of a wordSay:Point to each word as you readDid you run out of words? Try againHold their hand if necessary.NB: When they can do it well, let them stop as it slows them down.
7 Preparing for reading Picture walk Difficult words Read first page Perivale Primary School & Children’s CentrePreparing for readingPicture walkDifficult wordsRead first page
8 Prompts Perivale Primary School & Children’s Centre Things to say when your child gets stuck:What’s this letter?Does the picture help?What could it be?Try it again and see whatwould fitWhere is Spot looking?NB: If they can’t get it after a few seconds don’t worry, just tell them and move on.
9 Prompts When your child makes a mistake: Perivale Primary School & Children’s CentrePromptsWhen your child makes a mistake:Let them read on – they might notice the mistake themselves!If not, go back to it and say:You said .....Does it look like....?You said .....Does that make sense?They will begin to listen to their own reading and correct themselves.
10 Helping your child read at home Perivale Primary School & Children’s CentreHelping your child read at home
11 Top Tips Perivale Primary School & Children’s Centre Read your child’s book with them little and oftenRead the same book lots of times until they becomefluent at itSupport your child to avoid them feeling stressed. This may mean you reading it to them the first few times.Make it enjoyablePraise them
12 Thank you for coming Any questions? Perivale Primary School & Children’s CentreThank you for coming Any questions?