What to do when a child or teacher is struggling with reading?
The answer is to help the child with these basic workshets.
Here are some examples of how to write worksheet vocabulary in English for kindergartens.
List the words.
Some children will often use words that aren’t in the vocabulary they’re learning.
It might sound odd, but it helps.
Kids are always trying to make sense of what they’re seeing.
List them all and help them see them clearly.
Use a picture.
Kids will look at the picture and try to make their own sense of it.
Sometimes it might take them a while to figure out what’s going on.
Sometimes the picture will help.
Sometimes they’ll ask you to show them how to read it.
You can show them pictures of different languages or different people with different ideas.
Make the picture more fun.
Kids might think the picture is too dark.
Make it more colorful and let them make their choice.
Sometimes these kids are just too lazy to try to figure it out.
Have a story.
Children will be interested in seeing more of the story and reading more of it, and this will help them to make more connections.
You could also use this as a way to help them learn vocabulary or use it as a challenge.
Give them the picture.
It could be a photo of a friend or family member, or it could be something like, “Look at this picture.”
Kids might be surprised when they see this and think, “Oh, that’s so weird.”
Make sure the picture isn’t too crowded.
If a picture is a big enough place for kids to fit into, they might forget to stop and read.
Try putting a picture of the picture that’s less crowded next to the picture of something else.
Try to make the story clear.
Kids won’t always be able to make it clear when reading.
Make your story more colorful so that they see it more clearly.
Try giving a different story to the child.
You might use a different time or place or different characters.
For example, you might say, “There’s a picture on the wall of the classroom and the teacher is sitting at the desk with the book in her hand.
You’re going to look at this one next to this one.”
This will help kids to make connections and understand that they’re reading different stories.
Use different words.
The more kids are reading, the more they’ll learn vocabulary.
If the vocabulary is simple enough, kids will figure out it themselves.
For instance, in English, there are four different kinds of verbs that can be used in sentences.
The word for ‘come’ is the same as the word for the verb ‘to get.’
The word ‘come here’ is different from the word ‘go.’
You might say something like “The teacher is standing in front of the door to the classroom.
The door opens and the girl walks in.”
If the children are reading and they get confused, they can use different words to help themselves.
Try writing different words on the page.
Sometimes you can find words that don’t make sense on the pages you’ve printed them on.
Here’s an example: “I’m going to take a shower.”
The words “I” and “go” don’t seem to make any sense, so it’s time to try a different way to say it.
The words you write on the front page and write on each of the pages, together, will help the kids make connections.
Make a picture that helps.
Children don’t always have the vocabulary or the pictures they need to understand the vocabulary.
Try adding some kind of background and make it more interesting.
Make words that kids will use more often.
For one thing, kids are really curious about words.
You don’t want them to go to the dictionary and find words they don’t know.
Instead, you want them learning words that they’ll use frequently.
So you could write the words you want your kids to use often on a list or in a workbook.
You should also write the same words over and over again.
For another, sometimes kids don’t understand words that are common in their language.
They’ll look for words like “be” or “eat.”
This may be difficult for them to understand.
Try making a picture for a class.
You may think you know how to make a picture, but sometimes you don’t.
There are a number of ways to make this work.
You start with the basic vocabulary and the pictures.
Kids can try writing down the words they’re looking for.
Sometimes kids are good at reading and writing pictures.
Sometimes students can use words like, just “this one.”
You can also put a picture in the front of a work or lesson book to show the kids how to think about the work or class and what to look for in the pictures and words