Mrs. Christianson's Page
Websites for Parents
Charactoristics of ADHD
Charactoristics of Aspergers
Is your child dyslexic
Levels of Reading Development
Math Games Website
Organization and the LD child
ABC's of How To Help Your Child
Websites for Kids
Parent Tech Assist Center Network
National Center for LD
Chippewa County Resource Guide
Meet Mrs. Christianson
Levels of Reading
Motor: reaches for book, puts book in mouth, sits in lap - head steady, turns pages with help.
Cognitive: looks at pictures, vocalizes, pats pictures, prefers pictures of faces.
Motor: sits without support, may carry book, holds book with help, turns board pages.
Cognitive: no longer mouths, points at pictures with finger, may make same sound for a particular picture, points when asked "where", turns book right side up, gives book to an adult to read.
Motor: turns board book pages easily - one at a time, carries book around the house, may use book as a transitional object.
Cognitive: names familiar pictures, fills in words in familiar stories, "reads" to dolls or stuffed animals, recites parts of well-known stories, attention span highly variable.
Motor: learns to handle paper pages, goes back and forth in books to find favorite pictures.
Cognitive: recites whole phrases, sometimes whole stories, coordinates text with pictures, protests when adult gets a word wrong in a familiar story, reads familiar books to self.
3 years and up:
Motor: competent book handling, turns paper pages one at a time.
Cognitive: listens to longer stories, can retell familiar stories, understands what text is, moves finger along text, "writes" name, moves toward
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