The Young Reader

A Game Plan for Parents to Teach Their Little Ones How to Read and Problem Solve

Non-Fiction - Education
121 Pages
Reviewed on 02/09/2021
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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite

The Young Reader: A Game Plan for Parents to Teach Their Little Ones How to Read and Problem Solve by Margaret Craig is a useful book for parents who want to guide their children to read and solve problems. The tips and techniques in the book will make the reading activities of children fun, which will also make them discover how to solve problems easily instead of getting stuck. The strategies can be applied to make the process of learning easier and more fun for children and fulfilling for adults. It is a wonderful journey that can be undertaken together. The book provides hands-on opportunities for learning how to read and strategies that will help parents understand how their child thinks and, in the process, become a part of their development.

The topic has been dealt with in an interactive way and the book has excellent strategies that will aid children to sound out words and problem solve when they get stuck, good instructions tools to support the child's literacy journey, and other areas of teaching children. The book is simple and easy to understand and that makes it possible for parents to apply the suggestions shared by Margaret Craig. There are multiple ways of learning and this book will help parents to understand which learning style is best for their child. The Young Reader is a good book to have on the bookshelf where there are children, to help them learn that reading can be fun. The problem-solving techniques and experiences will prove to be beneficial in all areas of a child's life.