There are many different things that you can do in order to help your child improve their reading comprehension levels. For example, you can use reading worksheets off websites online that will help you get a better understanding of how much they’re understanding the book. You also can watch the movie of a book right after you finish reading it to see what the differences are. Finally, ask your child questions when they read to see if they are getting it.
- Ask your children comprehension questions when they are reading so you know they are understand what they’re reading.
- Listen to a book with your child as this can help them understand the plot much better.
- Use reading worksheets in order to help gauge your child’s level of understanding of the book they’re reading.
“As text becomes more abstract, readers must find the unwritten meanings that help them develop a greater understanding of the story.”
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