You will need
  • books.
The most important thing in the process of teaching the child the correct reading is that parents are constantly aware of what is happening in the school (what subjects their child is studying, how difficult they are, how the child learns). In the first class of each of the parents to the best of their ability, try to check homework, to help solve complex problems.
Active. Highlight to read at least twenty to thirty minutes daily. First, make sure that the child knows all the letters, how to fold them into syllables. Sometimes it so happens that the first-grader confuses the letters, and, of course, read correctly it does not work.
If the letters all in order, then start the learning process. Select a book with large, clear font (ABC, fairy tales for children). Read a couple of sentences yourself, pronouncing each syllable with the correct intonation. Then read them with your child.
Then ask your son or daughter to read these sentences yourself. For training of correct reading is perfect memorizing and reciting Proverbs.
Be patient and support the child. Tell him that he will learn to read well, with the correct intonation. Praise the children because they are very vulnerable and not confident. When they can't do something, they begin to be afraid of difficulties and therefore try to avoid them by all available means.
Hire a tutor if your family budget. You can also ask the teacher to read or Russian language to work out with your child – so will cost even cheaper.
Before class make a work plan for the next month or two. Let us know your goals and expectations from training, the desired results you would like to reach your child. Listen to the suggestions of the teacher or tutor.
Control the training process. Analyze whether there is any promotion, does improving the technique of reading your son or daughter. Adjust the lesson plan to achieve the best results.
Typically, individual lessons are more effective because the child has to train a lot more. If he does not understand, do not hesitate to ask.
Write down the first-grader on electives or extra classes (usually they are in every school and work on a permanent basis). As a rule, in such setting, the teacher selects an individual approach to each student, using a particular training program reading.