Welcome! I am so excited to continue my role as a K-4 Reading Interventionist. I work with small groups of learners to help support their development into confident, excited readers. Prior to this, I taught 2nd grade, 3rd grade, and Kindergarten. However, teaching reading has always been a passion of mine. I love to find meaningful ways to motivate students and help them engage with rich text while developing phonemic awareness.
I will be at BFCCPS Monday-Thursday. If you have any questions please don't hesitate to reach out to me by email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Meanwhile, here are some ways you can help your developing reader at home:
-Make books a part of family life.
-Join your local library.
-Read about something they're interested in.
-All reading is good- don't rule out non-fiction, comics, graphic novels, magazines, or
-Get comfortable! Make a cozy space to read together.
-Ask questions while you are reading with your child. "What do you think might happen?
"Why do you think the character said that?"
-Read whenever you get the chance.
-Read favorites again and again: re-reading helps build fluency and confidence.
-Enjoy bedtime stories.
-Make the most of rhyme and repetition.