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Raise Your Child's Interest in Reading

Of all the lessons you can help your child with, reading is by far the most important. Why? Because not only will it help them during their educational years, but their reading level can also determine their career potential. Below is a post from The Tutoring Center, West Caldwell with two tips on how you can encourage your child to read.

Read by Example

No, that wasn't a typo. It's to point out the importance of showing your child that reading is important. The easiest way to encourage your child to read is for them to see you doing it yourself. This could be a range of things, such as a magazine, newspaper, or even an article on your phone. Whatever platform you use to read, be sure that your child not only sees you doing it but also enjoying and benefiting from it. As an example, if you are reading an article on your phone, mention it to your partner or child and be excited about what you have just learned from reading the article. Sharing it with them can also be a great way to show enthusiasm.

Read With Them

If you and your child share an interest in a series of books, sit down and read together. Sharing a book with your child can be a great way to spend quality time and share an enjoyable task. If possible, look for books which make you both laugh or ones with silly stories which can help them separate away from any misperceptions they have that reading is boring.

Tutoring in West Caldwell Can Improve Your Child's Reading Level

How well your child performs in school greatly depends on their reading level. By encouraging them to read you are not only helping to improve their grades but will also be able to identify if there is a learning challenge which they are struggling to overcome. If your child's reading level seems below that of their classmates or you just want to give them the best chance at achieving high grades, speak with a learning professional at The Tutoring Center, West Caldwell today by calling (862) 210-8600.


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