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Learn how your child can improve their reading skills by using these simple and useful tips.

How to Help Your Early Learner Become an Independent Reader

So you’ve created a reading-friendly
environment at home and have spent years reading aloud to your children—one
of the most important things you can do as a parent. And now, your little
learner is starting to read on his own. Children who are just beginning to read
feel an enormous sense of achievement when

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A young girl reading to her sister on her lap

4 Ways to Encourage Your Child to Read for Fun

Parents play a huge role in raising
strong, confident and independent readers. Once children begin to read on their
own, it can seem easy to stop reading or discussing books with them. However, it’s
important to continue to talk about and recommend books as they get older.

Some children tend

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How to Find Books Online—for Free

Summer is kicking off and we know that you’ll be looking for summer reading books for your children. With everything opening back up slowly but surely, libraries may be accessible but incase you’re not comfortable with that just yet, we have you covered. How can your kids read these great books we’ve recommended

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Boy wearing plaid short pointing with pointer finger and reading a book that is on his lap

Three Ways to Encourage Reluctant Readers

If you have reluctant readers, you’ve probably heard one or all of the excuses above. While parents are eager for their children to develop a love for reading, getting a reluctant reader to pick up a book, let alone read it, is a big challenge.

“Reading is too hard.”
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