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7 Keys to Improve Reading
Finding Help for a Struggling Reader

Finding reading help is only part of the process it takes to help a struggling reader overcome their obstacles. Once help is found, you can support and encourage your struggling reader with these 7 keys.

Practice pronunciation.
More often than not, when struggling readers need reading help, the key is pronunciation. Having a solid understanding of the pronunciation of difficult words leads to the ability to decode other words and recognize patterns. Readability reads a story to your child, allowing them to hear the correct pronunciation, then allows them to read the story aloud so they can practice what they heard. If the struggle continues, Readability will prompt your child with the correct pronunciation of difficult words so your child can repeat it and learn these valuable decoding and pattern-finding skills.

Be proud and read aloud.
Encouraging your struggling reader to practice reading aloud is the best way for them to actively improve their reading, as they experiment with pronouncing different words and letters. Readability guides your child through this process in a fun and interactive way. Reading aloud helps a struggling reader build knowledge, confidence and skills that will aid in reading comprehension and expand their vocabulary. Reading aloud also increases the likelihood your child will retain the stories they read and recognize patterns and words that they’ve read before.

We live in an online world - take advantage of this!
Without actively seeking reading help, the struggle will persist. Online reading programs are the most accessible and affordable options for parents with struggling readers. Finding a reading tutor near you costs time and money, not to mention scheduling troubles and unreliability. An online program is accessible 24/7, and compared to an in-person reading tutor, costs a fraction of the price. Readability provides reading help at your convenience, at an affordable monthly cost, and within an online platform that engages your struggling reader.

Keep moving, but take your time.
Not every child learns in the same way. Like learning any new skill, learning to read can be frustrating. This frustration can lead to discouragement that will only make a struggling reader doubt themselves more. Remind your child that needing reading help is not something to be down about. Furthermore, encourage your child to follow their own pace and be patient with themselves. Like learning any new skill, practice and patience are the keys to mastering it.

Set realistic goals for your child.
Struggling readers require a different goal set than the average reader, and that’s okay! Reaching small, realistic, and attainable goals can motivate a struggling reader to keep moving knowing that they are making progress, even if it is in the smallest of ways. Readability is a reading help resource that allows you to set personalized, attainable reading goals for your child’s reading level. You can also see the progress your child makes as they go from a struggling reader to a strong reader.

Celebrate strengths and successes.
While some children may be struggling readers, they excel in many other subjects and fields. Whether they’re in math, soccer, ballet, or chess, your child has strengths that can translate into their reading journey. Use their successes and strengths in other fields to keep them motivated to continue down the path of overcoming their reading struggles. If they can score a goal, win a game, or perform in a recital, they can read too!

Learning is a team effort.
Seeking reading help is no small task, but it does not have to be done alone! Involve other mentors your child may have in this process. Teachers, grandparents, older siblings, and other leading figures can provide insight and motivation to help your child. With Readability, your child can practice wherever a tablet is available in whatever space they enjoy. Encourage your child to read outside of school in a way that’s different and fun. Set aside time and space for your child to grow in their reading.

7 Keys to Improve Reading
Finding Help for a Struggling Reader

Finding reading help is only part of the process it takes to help a struggling reader overcome their obstacles. Once help is found, you can support and encourage your struggling reader with these 7 keys.

Practice pronunciation.

More often than not, when struggling readers need reading help, the key is pronunciation. Having a solid understanding of the pronunciation of difficult words leads to the ability to decode other words and recognize patterns. Readability reads a story to your child, allowing them to hear the correct pronunciation, then allows them to read the story aloud so they can practice what they heard. If the struggle continues, Readability will prompt your child with the correct pronunciation of difficult words so your child can repeat it and learn these valuable decoding and pattern-finding skills.

Be proud and read aloud.

More often than not, when struggling readers need reading help, the key is pronunciation. Having a solid understanding of the pronunciation of difficult words leads to the ability to decode other words and recognize patterns. Readability reads a story to your child, allowing them to hear the correct pronunciation, then allows them to read the story aloud so they can practice what they heard. If the struggle continues, Readability will prompt your child with the correct pronunciation of difficult words so your child can repeat it and learn these valuable decoding and pattern-finding skills.

We live in an online world – take advantage of this!

Without actively seeking reading help, the struggle will persist. Online reading programs are the most accessible and affordable options for parents with struggling readers. Finding a reading tutor near you costs time and money, not to mention scheduling troubles and unreliability. An online program is accessible 24/7, and compared to an in-person reading tutor, costs a fraction of the price. Readability provides reading help at your convenience, at an affordable monthly cost, and within an online platform that engages your struggling reader.

Keep moving, but take your time.

Not every child learns in the same way. Like learning any new skill, learning to read can be frustrating. This frustration can lead to discouragement that will only make a struggling reader doubt themselves more. Remind your child that needing reading help is not something to be down about. Furthermore, encourage your child to follow their own pace and be patient with themselves. Like learning any new skill, practice and patience are the keys to mastering it.

Set realistic goals for your child.

Struggling readers require a different goal set than the average reader, and that’s okay! Reaching small, realistic, and attainable goals can motivate a struggling reader to keep moving knowing that they are making progress, even if it is in the smallest of ways. Readability is a reading help resource that allows you to set personalized, attainable reading goals for your child’s reading level. You can also see the progress your child makes as they go from a struggling reader to a strong reader.

Celebrate strengths and successes.

While some children may be struggling readers, they excel in many other subjects and fields. Whether they’re in math, soccer, ballet, or chess, your child has strengths that can translate into their reading journey. Use their successes and strengths in other fields to keep them motivated to continue down the path of overcoming their reading struggles. If they can score a goal, win a game, or perform in a recital, they can read too!

Learning is a team effort.

Seeking reading help is no small task, but it does not have to be done alone! Involve other mentors your child may have in this process. Teachers, grandparents, older siblings, and other leading figures can provide insight and motivation to help your child. With Readability, your child can practice wherever a tablet is available in whatever space they enjoy. Encourage your child to read outside of school in a way that’s different and fun. Set aside time and space for your child to grow in their reading.

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