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12/09/2016












Winter break gives your child some time off school to enjoy the holidays and rest for a while. However, if you want them to use that extra time to improve their vocabulary, learn more, and work on their academic skills, reading is the answer. To help your child be an avid reader and reap the benefits that come with being well-read, follow the tips below.

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Let Them Choose

If your child isn't much of a reader, allowing them to pick their reading material can help increase their interest. Monitor their picks, so you know they're appropriate for their age and reading level.

Be a Role Model

Children often imitate their parents' behavior. Use this in your favor and become an avid reader yourself, so your child can see that there's joy in reading often.n imitate their parents' behavior. Use this in your favor and become an avid reader yourself, so your child can see that there's joy in reading often.

Read Together

Winter break allows you to spend time with your child and bond. While you do, make reading a shared activity: you can read to each other and then talk about what you just went over.break allows you to spend time with your child and bond. While you do, make reading a shared activity: you can read to each other and then talk about what you just went over.

Set the Right Conditions

If your child gets distracted while reading, correct that and make a habit out of reading. Setting a time and place (comfortable and free of distractions) to do so can help them become more familiar with it and enjoy it.

Visit the Library

A great activity to engage in during the break, and one that can be a learning experience for your child, is visiting the library. Being there, in a building full of stories and knowledge, will likely inspire them to read.

Make Books Presents

As you know, children are excited about presents during the holiday season. If you want your child to be as excited about reading, why not give books as gifts? This way, they'll look forward to reading.
  

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