Reading is a skill that can help the children expand their knowledge and improve the wisdom vastly. Reading is the foundation of all learning. We encourage parents make sure your child is spending quality time reading books and improving their fluency, vocabulary and comprehension In many ways, setting reading goals in this spring is an excellent idea, as your child can nurture good reading habits especially during spring break and continue it during summer break. A list of spring reading goals can help your child to read more.
Reading to them
Parents can help children learn a love of reading by reading to them. Especially from ages one to five, reading stories to children will help create an attraction towards books and ensure that a bond is created between your child and the books. There are many reading programs available for kids, and they receive one book each a month according to their age. As they grow up, they start reading themselves and become serious about reading.
Active Discussion about Books
When your child starts reading themselves, you can help by discussing what they read. It encourages children to continue the reading and make their thoughts clearer and sharper. It can also help to improve your child’s comprehension skills as they become more serious about their reading. Getting them engaged in more reading-related activities will help them to be focused on their reading goals. For instance, you can ask your child to read for you, write about the books they read to relatives or friends, and more.
Creating a Library for your Child
Creating a library for your child inside your home is another great option to make them connected to books. Many bookstores and libraries are working to make reading a fun-filled activity for children with different sorts of books. Similarly, checking with your local library to see if there are any specialized programs or timings for children and utilizing those are another good choice.
Offer them Rewards
Make reading a rewarded behavior. Also, you can make them registered with reading competition programs in schools or by different organizations. Their participation in those competitions will boost their confidence and help them engaged in reading to improve reading skills.
A Reading Role Model for Your Kid
Children often tend to follow the habits of their parents, and if they find you have a good reading habit, they are more likely to follow you. It can also encourage other family members to be actively involved in reading and putting dedicated time every day for going through the literature world – a good reading culture is being created inside your family.