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Best Time to Reach Me: Before and after school and via
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Set reading routines at home.
Create a special time each evening where the whole family reads.
Make reading fun by reading comic books, poetry and jokes.
Be an active reader in the world; read road signs, grocery store labels, recipes.
Encourage your child to read with you.
Talk to your child about what you love to read; share what makes you laugh, cry and angry in your reading.
Talk to your child about their reading; asking questions about the problem in the story, where the story takes place and how the characters changed in the story.
Reading opens doors for students to a world of learning. I love to help students become stronger readers so they can enjoy those new worlds and become students who read to learn.
I live in the Barrington area and have two children who attend school in District 220. I look forward to seeing you around town. I received both my Bachelors Degree in Elementary Education and Masters Degree in Reading from Northern Illinois University. In June, 2011 I earned my Type 75 C.A.S. from National-Louis University.