5 Ideas for Helping Parents Read with their Kids (No Matter Their Age)

Amy Mascott on episode 475

Frederick Douglass said, “Once you learn to read, you will be forever free.” Reading is important. Today, the show features reading expert, Amy Mascott, about how parents and teachers can help older children develop a love of reading.

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Listen to Amy Mascott talking about Reading

Amy Mascott – Bio As Submitted

amy mascott profile new 3 copyAmy Mascott @teachmama is the creator of teachmama.com <https://teachmama.com/>, where since 2008, she has shared tools and resources parents can use to become the best teachers they can be for their children. A reading teacher, author, and influencer, Amy has truly expanded the walls of her classroom, lending her expertise at local and national events all around the country. Amy resides in the DC Metro with her three crazy-cool kids, a dog, a bird, and a hamster.

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2 thoughts on “5 Ideas for Helping Parents Read with their Kids (No Matter Their Age)

  1. What great and simple ideas. As a future teacher I wrote Ms. Mascott’s tips down to remember how to help parents of my future students help their child to enjoy reading. As a parent I will take her advise to heart with my own children.