HOW GOOD A READER SHOULD YOUR KID BE?
A parent asks, "How good a reader does my kid need to be?"
Because virtually all kids are plenty smart, I want them to read 2-full-years above grade-level. These are the kids who earn the "As" and have the best chances of continuing their educations and holding jobs with a future.
I want you to use these skills, tools and solutions to save academic lives. The time has come to give kids every chance.
Wow! I'll tell you one thing, "The better the reader, the happier the kid." I know that kids are awfully smart. Lack of brains is not the problem. The problem is, almost always, they haven't been taught how to succeed with reading, math and study skills. The way out is to flood them with success – the sooner the better because the sooner they experience success the happier they'll be. This is the way it works.
The problem is, far too many kids, all skill-levels, don't experience enough success with reading, math and study-skills. We can fix that.
Thanks for all you do to teach kids to succeed with reading, math and study-skills.
Rory Donaldson, Chief Brain, Success with reading, math and study-skills teacher, Brainsarefun. To save academic lives Brainsarefun's Fearless Friday Blog is published fearlessly every Friday, © 2012 – 2014 by Rory Donaldson, email@example.com, 860-304-3178. Our kids deserve the chance.