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Title: November 17, 2006


1
Champlin Moms Club
RDEZBKS
You are going to learn 3 secrets that will help
your child/children be better readers forever!
  • November 17, 2006

Sue Klund 2006 - readezbooks_at_comcast.net
2
Parents Make the DifferenceThe 90 Reading Goal
by Lynn Fielding, Nancy Kerr and Paul Rosier
(1998)
  • Imagine a kid who practices batting and pitching
    a ball to his dad an hour every day all summer,
    from the time the child is three until he is
    eight. (May, June, July, August - 120 hours a
    year for 5 years)
  • Imagine a second kid - no practice, no training,
    has never slipped his hand in a baseball glove,
    has never run the bases, has never swung a bat,
    has almost never seen a full game played.
  • Imagine that they turn out the same day for
    Little League try-outs.
  • The skill level between these two young ball
    players is like the skill level in reading
    readiness of our incoming kindergarteners.

3
Trelease Says We Must Share The Secrets About
Reading With Everyone
  • Secret 1

Children begin the process of learning to read
from the day they are born - or
before.
4
Trelease - 2003
Many children come to school with a head start
in reading because theyve heard so many more
words. Its the words in the head, not the toys
in the house, that make the difference. The
more you talk and read to a child, the larger the
childs speaking and reading vocabularies. If a
child hasnt heard a word, its harder to read
and write it.
5
Elementary School
Kids Cant Wait To Learn!
2004 The Trust For Early Education
www.Kidslearn.info
Before entering kindergarten
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According to Marilyn Jager Adams, a child needs
10,000 to 12,000 words in his/her vocabulary in
order to successfully begin to learn to read.
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In a longitudinal study done by Risley and Hart

Meaningful Differences in the Everyday Experience
of Young American Children
It was found that the more interaction a baby
experienced from birth, the larger their
vocabulary when entering school.
8
Language Development in Young Children Five -
Year - Old Entering Kindergarten Who Has Been
Interacting Yearly (read to, talked to, played
with) For
9
John Pikulski - What Really Makes a Difference in
Reading? IRA 2003
Higher S.E.S
K
Low S.E.S
birth
10
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Total words addressed to child by age 4
--------------------------------------------------
-----------45 million
--------------------------------------26 million
------------13 million
Working Class
Poverty
Professional
12
Jim Trelease says
This is one of the best kept secrets in
American Education.
13
Someone has to be telling all parents and
caregivers that some things are important for our
babies.
  • Sing to them
  • Read to them
  • Play with them
  • Bring them to the park
  • Love them dearly
  • Bring them to Grandpa and Grandmas house
  • Find a grandpa or grandma for them
  • Tell them your family stories
  • Teach them nursery rhymes
  • Talk to them about what you are doing around them
  • Tell them stories, have fun with books, use
    voices

14
Oprah Should Be Talking About Reading 8
books a day to Children

She could do this Once a Week
15
What else could we be doing?
  • Give books to newborns in hospitals.
  • Collect books to give to the food-shelf.
  • Tell your children why this is so important.
  • Put this message on billboards all over the state
    of Minnesota.
  • Ask your faith communities to help.
  • Give 8 books to a new baby.
  • Play peek-a-boo with the new baby.
  • Sing to the baby.
  • Tell nursery rhymes to the baby.
  • Talk to the baby about what you are doing.
  • Use voices when you read to a baby.

16
Trelease Says We Must Share The Secrets About
Reading With Everyone
  • Secret 1
  • Secret 2

You can help raise your childs reading level at
home - and it is easy - must be FUN - and will
last forever!
RDEZBKS
17
Look What Happens When Children Read at Home!
Reading Rank
Minutes read at home per day
90th 50th 10th
37 min.
11 min.
In one year, top students read 2.25 million more
words than bottom students
1 min.
Trelease from Anderson, et al, Growth in Reading
and How Children Spend Their Time Outside of
School. Reading Research Quarterly, Summer 1988.
18
Reading Levels
Comp. Wd Recog.
Listening 85 Frustration lt80 lt90 Instructio
nal 80 90-95 Independent 90 95
19
Daryls Way of Finding a Perfect Fit in a Book
  • K-1 - Count out 50 words in the book you are
    going to read. Place a post-it note there. If
    it can be read with only two mistakes, the book
    is for you. If not, look for another book.
  • 2nd and older - Count out 100 words in the book
    you are going to read. Place a post-it note
    there. If it can be read with only three
    mistakes, the book is for you. If not, look for
    another book.

20
Lexile Website Can Be a Valuable Tool to Find the
Reading Level of a Book
www.lexile.com
Write in title
Get
450 2.5 M green
21
Book Lists for Helping Readers Find Books
  • Wordless Book List for primer readers or
    students who are learning English
  • Series Book List for helping caregivers and
    grandparents find FUN books the child will want
    to read.
  • Books for Boys list. Let me know if you have
    some to add to it.
  • Dont forget the books that are songs.

22
How will my child understand this? Wont s/he
feel dumb reading easy books?
  • Explain how long they worked at riding a bike, or
    learning to swim or play a piano or a musical
    instrument before they felt confident.
  • Explain that this is a brain exercise - and the
    results will be unbelievable and last for their
    whole lives.
  • Each child will have a different diagnosis with
    a different treatment.

23
Louisa Moats Says.. Reading, Spelling
and Writing Disabilities..
Like a child who rides a bike too slowly to keep
it upright, a reader who reads too slowly will
lose the meaning.
24
Trelease Says We Must Share The Secrets About
Reading With Everyone
  • Secret 1
  • Secret 2

RDEZBKS
  • Secret 3

If a child reads at least 6 books during the
summer, s/he will maintain his/her reading level
all summer.
25
Six Books! Thats All It Takes..
  • Studies show that when a child reads as few as
    six appropriately grade-leveled books, he or she
    is likely to fend off summer reading loss and
    maintain the reading gains made during the
    previous school year.
  • And when a child reads even more - 8 or 10 or 20
    - s/he may gain ground.

Dana Trudy - Editor of Scholastics Instructor
May/June 2003 p. 4
26
Oral Reading Fluency Grade 2 - 5
27
Mrs. Klunds Grandchildren
Came into 5th grade with same score as end of 4th
grade


Came into 5th grade with higher score than the
end of 4th grade


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Secret 1
Clues
30
Where will you share this secret?
31
Secret 2
Clue 1
RDEZBKS
Clue 2
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Where will you share this secret?
33
Secret 3
Clue 1
Clue 2
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Where will you share this secret?
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Dont keep these secrets any longer!
Share them with the world - starting today!
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