Great post! You don’t have to be a formal educator, or even college educated, to produce educationsavvy kids.
Reading is fundamental. It makes the world go ’round. Having an avid little reader starts at home and fostering a reader-friendly environment doesn’t have to be complicated. There’s no need for expensive curriculum promising to teach your child how to read. Everything you need is accessible for free. Here are some tips to help jump-start your child’s passion for reading.
1. Read to them early.
It’s never too early to start reading to your child. Some parents even read to their children while in utero. Reading can serve as a fun bonding activity that your child will grow to appreciate.
2. Encourage all genres.
Children are attracted to different types of books from short novels to comics or even magazines. These types of literature can enrich your child’s vocabulary, give insight into other cultures, and spark creativity.
3. Find relatable characters and story lines.
Children are also attracted to stories…
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