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Reading like a robot is very common as children learn to read. It's actually a normal phase they go through, it's the difference between 'automaticity' and 'fluency'.
When children try to read books that are too difficult, they get frustrated. Its not fun & no wonder they avoid reading more! Help your child to choose books from the appropriate level of difficulty, where your child can read 90% or more of the words themselves.
We've teamed up with the NRL to encourage kids to read more with the launch of our latest books from Rugby League Reads, a series of educational children's books focused on rugby league. Each book is read by one of your favourite players - Nathan Hindmarsh is reading 2 books for you right now!
Calum's only 8 years old & he's written a book. He produced both print & digital versions plus he even created a video of himself reading his book. He was able to show off his creation to friends and family anywhere in the world, his school teacher gave him an award & his grandparents got some special time when he read his book to them during a video call. A moment they'll treasure forever.
Impressive for an 8 year old !
Letting your child make their own choice about what they want to read is the most powerful way to encourage them to be motivated and interested readers.
Every week we give you a different free book to read using Chatty Kidz
This weeks free book is A Monster House
There is nothing better than seeing the joy on your child's face when they make it to the next reading level - today Lucas is jumping through hoops because he moved up to level 23.
Here are 10 tips to help your child make progress up the reading levels
Nancy lives too far away from her 8 year old grandson to help day to day. Using Chatty Kidz Nancy has developed a closer loving bond with her grandson whilst helping him learn to read, plus her daughter feels a bit less pressure day to day.
The most popular book globally on Chatty Kidz is My Cheese. A level 1 reader, that means we have lots of 4 & 5 year old kids learning read right now.