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Teaching your child to read and comprehend more information. Make several copies of the same page from your child’s reader. Have your child start at the top of the page and read as many words as he can in one minute. If the child struggles with reading a word, read the word for him and ask him to continue. When scoring, count the number or correctly read words in a minute and write it at the top of the page with the date. During the next five days, repeat the task with a new copy of the same page. Remind the child of their reading score from the previous day and tell him that the goal is to read one more word than the previous day. Products: Printer/copier, digital camera,
Jon Q answers another viewer's request to take a look and review an app. This time, it's an iPad exclusive called "ForScore" specifically designed to store and read scores - sort of like a Kindle but for sheet music. Learn all about ForScore and unleash your inner musician on this episode of WTA!