Reading without comprehension is like eating without swallowing. You taste the food, but your body doesn’t benefit from any of the nutrients the food provides. For this reason, it’s important that parents not only practice reading skills with their children but also focus on comprehension.
Fortunately, parents can improve their child’s comprehension by reading with them 10-15 minutes each day, one hour per week, and discussing what they’ve read. A competent rea...
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