Help With Reading

Books to Gift to Children in Different Age Groups (Infographic)

October 26, 2013
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How To Balance Praise And Criticism

February 6, 2013

Learning to read is a rite of passage for 5 year olds. But for some children, it is the hardest thing they will ever do. Children that struggle with reading or spelling due to dyslexia, auditory processing issues or a bright visual learning style can have their sense of self-confidence dashed after just one year […]

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How to Raise A Reader

March 6, 2011

Raising a reader is something every parent should attempt to do. A child who loves to read will find most scholastic adventures to be easier. The following are some great tips for how to raise a reader: Tip one: Read to your child- A child who gets read to on a daily basis, will typically […]

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Encouraging A Sense of Humor by Reading

December 12, 2008

Almost every person loves to laugh. Every once and a while you find someone who hates laughter, but they are fairly few and far between. Most people love laughter and feel that they need it in order to survive. Life is too difficult and challenging to pass through without laughter. Studies have shown that people […]

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Steps To Grooming A Book Lover

July 24, 2007

There are a number of different and simple things that you can do in order to help your child love to read. Reading is one of the most important tools for any child to master for a number of reasons. The ability to read is absolutely necessary in order to be able to survive and […]

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Raising A Reader

July 22, 2007

The single most important factor in raising a reader is the activity of the parent in the child&#39s early life. An enormous number of studies have demonstrated that the most important factor in children learning how to read and loving reading at a young age is the parent reading to his or her child twenty […]

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