Getting kids to read during summer vacation can be a battle, especially with so many games, apps, and other fun media distractions available. But teachers and literacy experts agree that children of all ages need to be read to or to read by themselves and to talk about books over the summer. When you read or talk to young children about books, they develop important language skills, maintain reading skills, improve reading fluency, and learn new vocabulary and concepts. For older children, it’s all about finding the right motivation to read frequently.
Here are a few tips to help make reading more enjoyable for your child this summer:
Looking for more ways to keep your kids busy this summer? Follow these ideas to prevent summer boredom.
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