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Check out these 12 simple tips from Dr. Andrew Johnson to help your child become a better reader!

  1. Read to your child
  2. Expose your child to words
  3. Use pretend reading
  4. Expose to rhymes, rhyming books, nursery rhymes, poetry, music
  5. Reread the same book
  6. Read bedtime stories

By Dr. Andrew Johnson

Dr. Andrew Johnson is Professor of Education and Distinguished Faculty Scholar at Minnesota State University, Mankato.  He specializes in literacy instruction for students with intellectual and learning disabilities, RTI for reading and writing, strategies for the inclusive classroom, and advanced pedagogy.   After teaching in the classroom for 9 years, he received a PhD from the University of Minnesota in Literacy Instruction.  He is the author of 13 books and numerous book chapters and academic articles related to literacy, learning, and the human condition.  He is host of the podcast, The Reading Instruction Show. 

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