Jennyfair wrote:How did you´re kids learn that? My son has a sixt sense to interrupt always at the most interresing parts. I could use a few advices.
I don't know how well my trick would work for older kids but from the day mine were born I read whatever I was reading out loud to them while I was holding them! My daughter isn't much of a reader but her brother is. I accidentally taught him how to read by doing that. I read newspapers, books, magazines, anything out loud to them and when they were old enough to sit I followed the words with my finger and then they followed with theirs. Rusty (my son) could read Louis L'Amour books when he started kindergarten. His teacher was very impressed!!
But anyway, they learned young that if it wasn't important to go ask Dad or Grandpa or Grandma, whoever else was available. If it was important they could interrupt me but otherwise - no.
flashpointe wrote:On a side note, where's the smiley reading a book?? There ought to be one of those.
I sooo agree with you on that one Heide!!