I decided to focus this post on nonfiction reading at home at with your children. First, think about the last 3 texts you read. You may have read the newspaper, a website, a recipe, or possibly directions to someplace. Chances are at least one, if not more, of those texts was nonfiction. As adults, we often read quite a bit of nonfiction in our daily lives. This month, think about some nonfiction reading you can do with you child(ren). You could read them something interesting from the newspaper or a magazine over dinner or at breakfast and use it as a dicussion starter. To get you started I have attached two documents to this post...one with interesting magazines to check out and one with nonfiction picture books you might enjoy with your student(s).
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