Do you have a child that just dreads reading? For some children, it can be like pulling teeth just to get them to sit down and actually read a book. If you suspect that your child has a learning disability contributing to this issue, it’s best to get it checked out as soon as possible. For children that are just not interested in reading whatsoever, there are ways to encourage them to dive into the wonderful world of reading. Here are 5 ways to encourage them especially since March is reading month.
1. Be an example, and read in front of your children. From books to magazines, just showing how enjoyable reading can be may spark your child’s curiosity. Show them that reading is actually fun.
2. Load up your tablets with children’s books. You don’t always need physical books to encourage reading. Embrace the new the advanced technology age.
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