Back in 2016 the Michigan legislature voted on a new law that goes into effect this school year. Starting in the 2019-2020 year, all third graders must pass a state reading test in order to move on to fourth grade. Of course, every parent and teacher wants their students to be successful in school, so we’ve put together a few tips to set kids on the road to reading success. Moms and dads know that spending quality time with your child is the easiest way to show love and reading is a great way to do it.
In our reading assembly shows, Adventures in Reading and The Magic Bookshelf, we always tell the students that if they don’t like reading, that’s only because they haven’t found the right book yet. With literally millions of books to chose from, students need to keep searching for genres and books they love.
Our two reading and language arts assembly shows for elementary schools make reading fun. We tell kids that most movies started out as books, so if they love movies they will love books even more. Be sure to schedule a reading show for your March is Reading Month celebration early so you can get the best dates. By mid February every year, our calendar sells out and we barely even travel much outside Southeast Michigan and northern Ohio. Learn more about our reading shows by clicking the link below.