Ms. Nancy Kauffman

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    Hello Readers!  
          As an Intervention Specialist, I work with students in a small group setting to improve their reading and writing skills.  Children who grow up loving books, usually grow to love reading.  Children who read typically earn good grades and achieve many things in life.
     Books can help children in many ways.  They can be used to help children discuss fears and concerns, learn virtues and life lessons, solve problems, pursue hobbies, develop strategies for making responsible decisions, learn about other cultures and improve school grades.  In addition, reading together and discussing themes in books strengthens the bond between parent and child, enriches language, broadens experiences, increases attention span, broadens vocabulary and strengthens vocabulary.  Children ‚Äčwhose parents read to them often grow up enjoying reading.          
       Research is clear. Parents and teachers make the difference in whether children become readers.  Readers don't just know how to read; they chose to read.  Hopefully through my work with students, they will gain a love for and feel confident and successful with reading and writing.
       Enjoy every minute of the time spent with your children!
        Happy Reading!

nancy_kauffman@wasdpa.org

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