There’s so much pressure on us to help our children become successful readers.
But, you don’t want to get your Master’s in Education just to find a solution.
And you don’t have time (or interest) to read all the research about reading.
And you’re feeling more worried every day.
You’re not alone.
I’ve parented and taught reluctant readers, too.
I’m the creator of Imagination Soup, a former teacher and literacy trainer, a parent, a freelance writer, and a children’s book expert.
I’ve worked to support reluctant readers both in the classroom as a teacher and at home with my own children.
My passion isn’t just book matching (although, yes, I’m the crazy lady in the bookstore giving people suggestions),…but my passion is also facilitating a lifetime love of books in all children.
Neither of my children read by first grade nor started out as voracious readers.
In fact, both of them (despite the fact that I was an avid reader and teacher) resisted reading.
Which was okay.
Because I knew what to do.
Using my years of teaching experience, research, and trial and error, I turned things around for my own children.
Just like I had in the classroom with my students.
And now, I want to share how you can do it, too.
MOTIVATE your child or students to read.
HOOK kids on books.
WATCH kids fall in love with a good story.
SEE daily reading BY CHOICE.
LEARN how to match kids with books they’ll love.
GIVE your kids high-interest book choices at their level.
FIND SOLUTIONS for when kids say reading is too hard or too boring.
GUIDE children to success.
In other words,…
It’s not a fairy tale.
It can happen.
Reluctant to Voracious Reader is an email class with helpful, motivating ideas and strategies…
…TO GET KIDS READING!
(And shares reasons why they aren’t reading.)
Because we all know how important it is for kids to become successful at reading.
Reading ability = academic (and career) success.
Not to mention, we know that in order to improve in reading, a child needs to practice reading.
So if your children or students are NOT reading as much as they should,
…or even reading at all,…
let me show you how you can INCREASE and MOTIVATE reading.
Whether you’re a parent, grandparent, or teacher, I’ll send you doable ideas to use with children ages 6 to 12.
What will you get in the emails?