Reading for Me is a fun, new-style kids’ literacy series that helps them to become independent readers through engaging daily activities. The series caters to different year levels, with six books, each broken into two parts.
Part A (60 texts) is a physical workbook that uses different writing styles and functions, such as imaginary, factual and persuasive, to facilitate pupils’ reading in both the classroom and at home. Each short story is accompanied by six questions that gauge a child’s reading skills and help to develop them as they move through the series.
Part A includes access to Part B (additional 60 texts), an online portal built to encourage fantastic collaboration between students by giving teachers the ability to project the stories and questions onto a screen for all to see. Part B also includes the answers to Part A online. Click here to check it out or watch it in action above.
What age group is Reading for Me suitable for?
Reading for Me is designed for children across different class levels (1st to 6th). The series caters to a range of ages, ensuring that each child can find appropriate reading materials and activities.
How does Reading for Me support children with dyslexia?
Prim-Ed Publishing understands the importance of accessibility for all learners. Reading for Me incorporates a dyslexia-friendly font, specifically designed to enhance reading ease and comprehension for children with dyslexia.
How many texts are included in each year level of Reading for Me?
Each class level in Reading for Me consists of two workbooks, offering 15 weeks of texts in total. With four texts per week, children will have access to a variety of engaging reading materials throughout the year.
Can Reading for Me be used in both classrooms and at home?
Yes, absolutely! Reading for Me is designed to be versatile and can be used in both classroom settings and for independent reading at home. It provides engaging activities and resources for various learning environments.
Are the questions included in the worksheets aligned with educational standards?
Yes, the questions in Reading for Me are designed to align with educational standards, ensuring that children develop essential reading skills as they progress through the series.
Can parents track their child's progress with Reading for Me?
Parents can check their child's reading success by using the accompanying worksheets and accessing the online portal. The answers to the questions are available online, allowing parents to monitor their child's progress and offer support as needed.
Can teachers project the stories and questions onto a screen for the entire class to see?
Yes, Reading for Me provides an online portal, Part B, which allows teachers to project the stories and questions onto a screen to view. This promotes collaboration and interactive learning within the classroom environment.