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Reading can and often goes beyond books. Many educators believe many kids spend too much time using the computer or electronics rather than reading books; However much reading takes place outside the confines of books. Computers present the opportunity to greatly expand the content s of you a child can read. Many educational video games multimedia websites and interactive tools allow children to read a variety of different topics in interesting in engaging ways. Reading emails or even text messages gives a child endless opportunity to read non-stop.
Technology also presents the parents to help children who are struggling to read; by utilizing text to speech software a reader can hear what he/she is reading verbally. Programs such as Text Help and Readplease are useful resources for struggling readers.
Read books That Your Child Likes: Try Book Series
Introducing your child to book series can be a great way to grow your child’s reading capacity. For many new readers, discovering books that they enjoy can be the beginning to a lifelong interest in reading. Reading books that fascinates your child will foster a positive association with reading and the joys that it can bring.
Set A Great Reading Example For Your Child
When children are young they can be like sponges and setting a great reading example for your child is a fantastic way to get them to read. Children innately imitate what they see their parents do. If you read then you child will want to read. A parent’s impact on their child behavior should not be underestimated. Setting good habits for yourself will go a long way to impacting your child’s habits. Reading with your child and share the parts of a book you like the most is a great way to grow you understanding of your child’s reading interest.
It’s Never to late To Encourage Your Kids To Read.
IF you children are preteens or teenagers, encourage them to read. Its never to late to grow a interest in reading. There are great books availbe for anyone no matter what a person age or interest are. For you child’s birthday or for the holiday, buy your child a book this will illustrate the importance of reading and show them. What you prioritize. Although starting young is key. It’s never to late to teach your kids the importance of reading.