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  • How Using A Slant Board Can Help Improve Your Child's Reading Comprehension

    If you're working with your child to help him or her learn to read, you want to take a look at the Slant Boards Visual Edge has to offer. The board can help kids to read by slanting books or reading material at a 22 degree angle, which makes it easier to see the words on the page.

    The legs of the slant board also collapse, so the device is easy to carry and transport. The book latch at the bottom of the board and the paperclip up top are ideal for holding books of any size or keeping papers secure. The boards are available in colors of the blue, yellow, and green varieties.

    slant board lap pillowIn addition to the Slant Boards, there are a number of other products that Visual Edge offers to teach kids to read. For instance, the slanted lap pillow makes for comfortable reading in bed or while traveling. Visual Edge also sells dry erase markers in several colors and magnet sets that help children create eye-catching shapes while learning more about geometry. If you need replacement parts for your slant boards, Visual Edge offers paperclips and book catches as well as board legs to keep the Slant Board functioning well.

    While the Slant Board can help kids to read the textbooks and leisure reading materials of their choice, there are also a few tips you can incorporate into your child or student's daily schedule that will improve reading skills. For instance, set aside a time each day to read with your child. This creates a routine and sends the message to your son or daughter that reading is important. Scheduling a time for the entire family to read together can also be fun and engaging for the child and help him or her to associate reading with having a great time. It's also a good idea to surround your child with as much reading material as possible. This gives him or her options when it comes to learning about a variety of subjects. When young readers have an array of choices, they are more likely to read for pleasure, which increases comprehension and can boost a child's confidence in the classroom.

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