Education, ReadingAugust 14, 2018

Don’t Stop Reading to Your Kids

It is not uncommon that parents read their children books while they are still learning and not able to read on their own yet. But once they learn, most of the time parents stop reading to them. Jim Trelease, author of “The Read-Aloud Handbook” explained that reading out loud more advanced texts to younger kids who already know how to read helps them develop their understanding and be able to comprehend more complex plots. But reading to your kids not only will help them understand more complicated plots but it will also show them how awesome readings really is. According to government studies, teens stop reading for fun, thinking of it more as a chore than a fun activity. Wochit

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