These tips can help improve child’s reading

To help you start a new chapter in helping your child read better, the Partnership for Reading offers these tips:

•Talk to your children and encourage them to talk. Include vocabulary lessons in everyday activities, explaining to your children what things are called and having them tell you what things are and what words mean.
•With younger children (birth to pre-kindergarten), talk and sing. Recite nursery rhymes and other verses with repeated sounds. Practice the alphabet. Use simple words and simple sentences so they can understand. And show enthusiasm.
•With older childre...

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