"Learn Study Skills and Organization"
Readiness for learning to read evolves at different ages for children. Some are ready at the age of two, others later. It is not unusual for a child to be ready as late as eight or nine. Most children show readiness at about five or six. Young children also establish their own rate of learning. Some children learn more slowly, but learn deeply and retain a lot of detail. When a child is ready, the skill of reading develops, and not before.
It may be a good idea to see if the readiness skills are established. This includes many areas such as the ability for the eyes to track across a page, or ... More