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7 steps to get your child reading

7 steps to get your child reading
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Barcode Shelf Location Collection Volume Ref. Branch Status Due Date Res.
S0004394956 306.874 Par
Adult Non Fiction Parenting   Griffith . Available .  
S0005033244 306.874 Par
Adult Non Fiction   Carrathool . Available .  
S0007077333 306.874 Par
Parenting Resources   Hay . Available .  
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ISBN 9781760524678
Call Number 306.874 Par
Author Park, Louise 1961
Title 7 steps to get your child reading
Place of production Sydney, N.S.W. : Allen & Unwin, 2020
Notes Practical tips for time-poor parents from an Australian literacy expert.
Contents note Introduction: Generation Alpha -- That reading thing -- Step 1: Talking their way to literacy -- Step 2: Reading their way to literacy -- Step 3: Linking writing and reading -- Step 4: Taming the tech and making it count -- Step 5: Harnessing the power of book ownership -- Step 6: Harnessing the power of book ownership -- Step 7: Finding just-right books for any age -- Difficulty learning to read, write and spell -- Notes -- About the author.
Notes Generation Alpha is the swiper, pincher, tapper cohort, the first to grow up with devices in their hands. They are breaking new ground as a result of technological advances, while you, their parents, are having to navigate these uncharted waters. Literacy is the single most important thing we can teach kids. If they can read, all other learning will follow. Learn how to futureproof your child's literacy in a rapidly changing world, and give them the best chance of success. Louise Park has spent decades watching children working away at this reading thing. As a teacher, children's author and leading educational consultant, she knows better than anyone how the goalposts have shifted over time. The road to literacy has never been smooth, but now there is the added challenge of digital distractions. Louise will show you how to make the most of both digital and traditional forms of reading, as well as setting out commonsense plans for making a reader of your child. Based on scientific research and presented in a friendly, accessible style for time-poor parents, the seven simple steps will lead your Generation Alpha child to an irreplaceable love of reading.
Subject Added Entry - Topical Children Books and reading
Reading, Psychology of
Reading Parent participation
Parenting
Genre Parenting
Personal Name Pierce, Nellé May
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