Getting your child’s reading level right, with just the right amount of challenge, is crucial to setting them up for success.
If it’s too hard, it’s overwhelming and children resist.
for you and your reader.
Grab two devices, one for you and another for your child
(one device can work too)
Take the assessment and record your child’s answers
Reading is a foundational skill that unlocks learning in school and beyond. We all want to equip our children to be successful learners and be able to read at an appropriate level for their age. A great way to know your child’s level is to give them a reading assessment like the one provided for free here at Savvy Learning.
“Reading fluency results when a reader has developed enough skills to recognize words quickly and accurately. A large portion of a child’s fluency growth happens for readers from 7-8 years old. A typical reader progresses from reading about 30 words correctly per minute in the middle of grade 1 to about 100 words correctly per minute by the end of grade 2. On average, many children reach what we would consider fluent reading level by around 9- 10 years old.
There are many ways to help a struggling reader. You should start by making sure your child receives systematic, research-based instruction to master reading skills. This should include a focus on phonemic awareness and phonics, vocabulary, comprehension and fluency. Below we have listed some of the best ways to help a struggling reader.
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