Reading aloud to children is incredibly beneficial. Here are a few fun ways to encourage your child to practice reading aloud.
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We know that reading should be full of joy. But what do you do when your child says they hate to read? Don’t despair—we encourage you to try these tips to help build a love of reading for even the most reluctant readers!
Here are a few of my favorite tips to help boost your reading aloud time!
The latest picture book from the Geisel Honor–winning author-illustrator Mary Sullivan features not one but two adorable pups.
Here at The Children’s Book Review, our goal is to help grow young readers. Below is a useful infographic that showcases the benefits of reading to young children.
Try! Try! Try! is an entertaining board book that encourages young readers to try new things.
Exploring Collaborative Storytelling: “…individual readers can make the experience more child-centered by engaging kids in a dialogue.”
You don’t have to be a kid in elementary school to listen to a book read aloud. You don’t have to be the parent of a preschooler to read aloud.
To spark that desire in your children, we have collected some useful tips for you to consider. Feel free to make use of those that work well for you and your children, and to add your own ideas.