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St Paul's CofE Primary School

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Reading at home

Reading at Home

The more that you read, 

the more things you will know. 

The more that you learn, 

the more places you’ll go.” 

(Dr Seuss, “I Can Read With My Eyes Shut!”)

 

Annual “Relax and Read” evenings are where we welcome parents and carers to presentations on how to engage children in reading at home, and how to enable children to develop their skills at decoding and comprehension.  Children come in PJs and enjoy bedtime stories and chocolate milk.

 

Parents and carers often ask what sort of questions they should pose to their children as they're reading at home, in order to develop their comprehension skills. We suggest "reading with ERIC" - here's what we mean:

 

ERIC stands for:

E: Explaining new vocabulary

R: Retrieving infomation

I: Interpreting infomation

C: Choice (thinking about the choices made by the author/director/artist)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Here are some poems along with some ERIC questions.

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