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March 4, 2014 4:02 PM

Letter | Parenting tips for guiding your child’s education

Test your child to see if he/she is being taught on his/hers instructional level. Take a homework assignment in reading comprehension and have the child circle all the words that he/she cannot read. Then have the child read it to you to see if he made the correct self evaluation. If he circled more than five words to the page, the assignment is on his/her frustration level instead of his instructional level.

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