Christina’s Corner: Every Child Ready to Read @ your library

PrintHow do I prepare my child to learn to read?

Everyone realizes that reading is essential to your child’s success in school and that some children seem to have an advantage when it comes to learning. How do you give that advantage to your child?

Learning to read has always seemed to be a bit of a mystery to many. Fortunately, it is never to early or too late to help your child develop needed language and early literacy skills that will help them later in school. As a parent, you are your child’s first and best teacher, and a tremendous role model. You can start your child’s path to learning with the following easy, no-cost activites: talking, reading, singing, writing, and playing. They may sound simple but they will have a tremendous impact on your child’s education.

Over the next few months, we will outline how each of these activities will help your child get prepared for reading.  Check in each month for simple explanations and tips!





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