1. Choose a book.
  2. Have your child read aloud
    1. Take turns reading with your child. Alternate sentences, paragraphs, pages or even chapters.
    2. Be a good listener.
  3. Tell your child any unknown words he or she encounters.
    1. Do not make negative comments about how easy the word was or that he or she should have known it.
  4. Discuss the story
    1. Ask questions that require more than a “yes’ or “no” answer.
    2. Include opinion questions.
  5. Praise your child.
    1. Reading should be enjoyable for both of you
    2. Praise honestly and sincerely
    3. Praise improvement/good performance/use of expression/selecting an interesting story

Source: www.cdschools.org