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Reading often can guarantee that your child will have a better understanding of the world, a wider vocabulary, and improved communication skills. If your child isn't much of a reader, however, the following post will share tips to encourage them to read more.

How to Encourage Your Child to Read

  1. First of all, you need to give your child the liberty to pick their own reading material. Doing so will give them the opportunity to pick something that they would be eager to read about. Just be sure to check that the material is appropriate for them.
  2. The right reading environment can make a big difference in how much you enjoy your reading material. That's why, you should provide your child with a clean, quiet space that has comfy furniture and enough light.
  3. It can be challenging for your child to understand their book if they don't know what some words mean. To correct that, provide a dictionary they can reference to answer their vocabulary questions.
  4. If your child needs help with reading comprehension, then you should also encourage them to take notes. Writing down names, plot points, and more, will make them focus and engage more with the text.
  5. Finally, you can share to make your child love reading. For one, you can read along with them to have a stronger bond. Then, you can discuss the material and talk about what you thought and felt with it.

If your child could use assistance to master their academic skills, enroll them in one-to-one tutoring in Bear DE. Call The Tutoring Center, Bear DE at 302-419-4824 to ask about their academic programs, or to schedule a free diagnostic assessment.


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