Provides specific, easy-to-implement ideas parents can use at home to build the vocabulary of their children, thus improving school performance in every subject area.
Learning depends on good speech, reading, writing and communication skills. Thus, improving a child's vocabulary has the benefit of improving school performance in every subject area. This booklet provides specific, easy-to-implement ideas parents can use at home to build the vocabulary of their children and the entire family. Suggestions include helping children use context to understand new words, challenging children to use synonyms and antonyms, making a word web, trying a newspaper scavenger hunt to find interesting words, using word roots to figure out the meaning of new words, collecting a list of "Words I Could Use . . . " in a future job and more!
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