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Reading Elementary School Assembly Programs: Why Children Are Poor At Reading

Reading Elementary School Assembly Programs: Why Children Are Poor At Reading

Nothing makes a parent happier to see their children excel in academics and other areas in life. However, this is not the case with hundreds of parents whose children attend elementary schools across america.  It's a major concern that despite the presence of a number of intervention measures such as the use of reading elementary school assembly programs, not so much success have been realized.  With 53% of the students in the elementary schools scoring below Basic in NAEP reading tests, parents are no longer at ease with this ever increasing societal decay in the reading culture.  But in order to arrive at a permanent solution to this problem, it becomes imperative to first understand why children in elementary schools are poor at reading. Here are a few explanations to some of the probable causes of this problem-:

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Failure to understand the importance of reading

Most students at this level of education generally perceive studying as a routine and not as something that will be of immense help to them in the future. They therefore approach the reading lessons without any seriousness at all but rather in order to avoid getting into trouble with their parents and the teachers. With such an attitude, it becomes difficult for the child to give reading lessons the attention and seriousness that it deserves.

Lack of suitable books

Some of the books meant for the elementary schools do not auger well with the children in this age. They probably have vocabulary or content that the young children are finding difficult to comprehend. This only discourages them from reading and makes them develop a negative attitude towards it.

Lack of motivation

Motivation plays a bigger role towards inculcating positive reading culture to the children in elementary or primary schools. This is in order to encourage them to view reading as something worthy and not just a routine within the schooling system.

The solution

Despite the numerous reasons that might be responsible for the poor reading habits in elementary schools, there is possibility that these could be reversed. Various reading school assembly programs have done a good job of offering excellent platforms where the children in the elementary schools get taught and encouraged on the importance of reading. But for such programs to be even more successful, a reputable presenter with suitable lessons needs to be invited. One such person who has received a lot of acclamations from many schools all across the Northeast, is Domino the Great.

The benefit of Read to Succeed Program by Domino the Great

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Other than being a renowned reading school assembly presenter, Domino the Grate has a comprehensive reading program that is extremely effective in encouraging children in the elementary schools to embrace their books and reduce their engagements with the things that distract them. In his magical presentations, Domino uses a blend of popular children’s books that kids already love to read. This, coupled with his funny magical performances, leaves the kids totally charged and they troop to the libraries to lay their hands on any materials that they can read. As a matter of fact, libraries in the elementary schools have reported increased circulation the days following Domino’s performance.

Reading Elementary School Assembly Programs - Video

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4ZtErWoKX9M

It would thus be an admirable thing to invite Domino the Great during your reading school assembly programs, reading appreciation events or reading PARP so as to assist you in encouraging the students in the elementary schools to love reading.

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November 18, 2014