Reading is something which can be quite easily introduced to your child as a worthy pursuit. Hopefully this list will show you what you need to know how to begin to build those positive associations for your child and to get them to start wanting to read for their own enjoyment.
reating a reading friendly environment at home is an important step in order to help your child improve not only their literacy skills but also to help foster an appreciation of reading.
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A study undertaken by researchers at Tuft University has shown that one new and effective way to encourage reading in children is by having them read to dogs!
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Sleep Advisor created this list of empowering stories for young girls. There’s no better way to show your daughter or niece that she can do anything than by giving her strong role models. There are stories of real women from history, fictional stories that promote healthy self-esteem, and modern twists on classic fairy tales.
Slideshow from Harvard Graduate School of Education with strategies for parents and educators to encourage children to read – from kindergarten to high school.
Your little one is undoubtedly the most special thing in your entire life, so why not learn a little more about just what they need from you? As well as feedings, diaper changes, and lots of cuddles, they also need plenty of mental stimulation to aid their development.
Parents who are keen on honing their child’s reading skills should consider adding one new activity into their routine: drawing. A report presented at the International Conference on new Horizons in Education showed that drawing improved reading abilities and increased powers of observation. Researchers concluded that art may have far greater importance than it Read more…
When you’re looking for books for your child, you need to not just consider the type of interests they have, but also their reading level. If you find books that are too hard for them to tackle, they’ll lose interest quickly and it will add to their frustration.