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08/31/2015
If you'd like your child to work on their grammar, spelling, vocabulary, and communication skills, as well as use their imagination, expand their knowledge, and more, then you should encourage them to become avid readers. For a few tips on how to motivate your child to start reading so they can create a habit out of it, refer to the post below.

How to Motivate Your Child to Read

Set an Example

As you know, children look up to their parents and imitate their behavior, especially when they're younger. If you want your child to read, set the right example and read!

Provide Appropriate Conditions

In order for your child to enjoy reading, the space they do it in should meet certain requirements; for instance, it should have the right lighting, no distractions, and suitable/comfortable furniture.

Give Them Freedom

For your child to develop a reading habit, they need to start with material that stimulates them, interests them, and that's suited to their reading level/age. Just ensure that it's appropriate for them.

Read With Them

Reading is often thought of as something you should do alone. However, if you read with your child (for instance, before bed), they'll be more eager to do it, and you'll both share a nice experience.

Take Them to the Library

You never know what a trip to the library can do for your child's interest in reading. It's likely that they'll be in awe at a building filled with knowledge and stories, which may motivate them to read more.

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If your child needs a helping hand to master reading, or other academic skills, trust in The Tutoring Center in Aberdeen. Call (732) 705-3636 for more information on their academic programs, on tutoring in Aberdeen, or to schedule a free consultation.

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