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  • 6 days ago

    Parents evening hand out

  • Jul 24th

    I am giving this to parents as a prompt for questions they can ask at home.

  • Feb 19th

    This resource will be used by my TA during Guided and 1:1 reading sessions.

  • Feb 3rd

    A useful resource to share with parents!

  • Sep 3rd

    This is a great resource to make parents aware how to extend the reading experience. Thank you.

  • May 31st

    help parents understand how many different ways you can encourage their child to read and what to get out of a book

  • Jan 5th

    To better help parents understand what is needed from their child's reading in order for them to move on.

  • Dec 16th

    To help parents question children when they listen to them read.

  • Oct 21st

    As a resource at my EAL parent coffee afternoon

  • May 15th

    great to send home with a child's reading book

Parent Reading Prompts

Parent Reading Prompts - A lovely set of questions to ask your children whilst reading together.
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