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10/09/2015
It's no secret that reading can bring a myriad of benefits to your child: it helps them use their imagination, develops their communication skills, teaches them about various subjects, expands their vocabulary, and helps them work on grammar, spelling, and more. For a few tips on how to encourage your child to read more, follow the ones below.

How to Motivate Your Child to Read

  1. First and foremost, you should lead by example, which means that you should become an avid reader as well. This is because children often imitates their parents' behavior, so practice what you preach.
  2. If you want your child to focus on reading, you should provide appropriate conditions for it. Their reading nook should be free of distractions, and should be well-lit, and comfortable enough.
  3. A great way to make sure that your child will be interested in reading, is to let them choose their reading material. Just make sure that it's suited to their age and reading level.
  4. You can also make reading a fun and enjoyable reading experience for both of you. Read along with them before their bedtime and even discuss the book, so you can share and bond over reading.
  5. Finally, you can also take a trip to the library to encourage a love of reading. This is because your child may be motivated when they see a building dedicated to knowledge, stories, and more.

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