Reading is an extremely important and productive skill as it helps children at school, as well as in their chosen careers.
Reading enables children to expand their vocabulary and their command over the language, which gives a boost to their confidence and creative expression.
Go through the pages of this ClipBook to know more about tips and ways to improve your child’s reading skills.
Understanding what is written is called “reading comprehension,” and even some native English speakers suffer from poor reading comprehension. If you’re having trouble with your reading comprehension, take some time to improve it, and you’ll find ...
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