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Whole Child Reading

A Quick-Start Guide to Teaching Students with Down Syndrome and Other Developmental Delays
Natalie Hale




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isbn# 978-1-60613-283-8
2016
Paperback
5 ½" x 8 ½"
186 pages
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"I'm a special education teacher teaching 4-5th grades. I got Whole Child Reading, and I couldn't put it down. I have actually had 5 others from our building buy it as well. One was our school psychologist...she loves anything having to do with the function of the brain. I have the book dog eared, highlighted and have changed how I do things with my kiddos. They love picking a fancy pencil to read with! Your book is truly the best thing I, as a special education teacher, have read in a very long time. It makes sense!!!!"
-Cathy Hanson, special education teacher in Oklahoma

"Natalie Hale has dedicated her life to making the seemingly impossible possible for her child and for other students with developmental delays. Whole Child Reading, which succinctly describes her brilliant approach to teaching reading, is right on the mark. Educators and parents alike can use these practical techniques. They work!"
-Sat Nam Kaur Khalsa M.Ed.
www.learningfromtheheart.com

"As a busy mom seven years into our journey with Down syndrome (who taught my child to read at age two), I appreciated the style of this book. Natalie Hale really breaks it down and makes it EASY for any parent to use these techniques to get their child to read. The resources at the end of the book are especially helpful with YouTube videos. You'll learn how to create reading books for your child from nonreader all the way to the proficient reader. I wish I had this book when my daughter was younger. Highly recommended!"
-Christine Hawkins

 
   
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