The benefits of reading start with the first book a baby hears and continue into childhood and throughout the child's life.
It’s helpful to figure out your child's reasons for not liking or wanting to read. These reasons can help you decide what will work best in motivating your child to discover or rediscover how much fun reading can be.
When reading is an enjoyable part of everyday life, children will develop positive attitudes about reading. These tips for parents demonstrate how to make reading a part of life for preschool and school-aged children.
For some kids, reading is like doing the hokey pokey upside down, underwater, in a clown suit. It’s freakishly hard. And not at all fun. So it’s our job – as the ingenious parents we are – to sell it. And we can. We can help make reading fun.
New York Times Bestselling Author, mother and reader, Lori Gottlieb, explains how to encourage kids to read with fun and creative ideas that tap into your child's personal interests to help your kid become a passionate reader for life.
A veteran elementary school teacher shares his best strategies, and his top books for kids.