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Inspire your Child to Love Reading

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Teaching your child to enjoy reading, to love stories and grow their imagination is really a very easy thing to do and you will both reap the rewards.  Reading is not only essential at school but it is great fun too!

  • Get your child to choose the book or at least the topic to read about.
  • Treat them occasionally to magazines to get them interested in different sorts of books and words and the way words and stories are presented.
  • Go to the library; ask friends about good books that have inspired them and try to get hold of some.
  • Swap good books with your children's friends... like a kiddie book club!
  • Make sure your child sees you read: whether it be books, magazines, papers etc.  They will learn from seeing you.
  • Do research on things together: look up on the internet or go to the library together is something has triggered a thought.
  • Keep books around the place so they see them as part of every day life.  And, keep the children's books at a height they can reach!
  • Reward your child when they do start to read and show them how pleased you are for them.
  • Make time each day to read together - even once your child is reading independently its still nice to read a book
  • Make it fun and enjoy reading together!


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