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06/30/2020


Improved communications skills; better reading comprehension, grammar, and spelling; a wider vocabulary. These are just some of the benefits that a child can reap from being an avid reader. To encourage your child to read more, follow the tips below.

How to Encourage Your Child to Read

  1. First of all, you need to choose well. This means picking reading material you know your child will love. It's recommended that you give them some freedom in this department and that you allow them to pick a book that interests them. Just check it's appropriate for them.
  2. Where your child reads can impact how enjoyable the activity is for them. That's why, you should set the right conditions. This includes a comfy spot, with suitable furniture, enough lighting, and that's free of distractions.
  3. Reading and understanding a material can be tricky when you're not sure of what the some of the words mean. To remedy this, provide a dictionary so your child can clear them up and grow their vocabulary.
  4. A way to engage your child with their reading material, as well as improve their reading comprehension, is to encourage them to take notes. They can highlight important information and write down names, plot points, and more to be an active reader.
  5. Last but not least, you should also encourage your child to share what they're reading. You could even read together, and then swap interpretations, questions, and comments about the book. This will make reading more enjoyable and enriching.

If your child requires reading tutoring in Tomball TX, call The Tutoring Center, Tomball TX at (281) 255-0530 to learn more on how they can assist you.

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