Tag Archives: Reluctant readers

KIDS AND PLEASURE READING

Are you frustrated with the lack of pleasure reading your tweens or teens are doing? Parents and teachers have all heard the excuses: I have too much homework. I’d rather play sports. There aren’t any books I like. I’ll just … Continue reading

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A Reluctant Reader No More

Nathan is a real kid with a real problem – he hates to read. I first started working with him almost three years ago when he was in fifth grade. He wouldn’t pick up a book unless forced to by … Continue reading

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Quick Reads for the Reluctant Reader

I’ve worked with quite a few kids who would rather be dragged by a fast moving snowmobile with their teeth attached to a rope than actually read a book. When I hand them one of these word filled wonders they … Continue reading

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Do I have to Read?

I’ve spent a lifetime encouraging boys to read. Sometimes it’s a tough go. There can be eye-tracking problems, dyslexia, lack of practice, or often reading is just too slow of an activity for them in this fast paced world. I’m … Continue reading

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