Reading to our kids is more important than we could ever imagine Bedtime in our house is always the best and worst part of the night. The day is wrapping up, quiet time is instilling and the expectation of not having to take care of anyone else for the rest of the evening is quickly… Continue reading Bedtime Stories
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Kids Reap Big Benefits From Bedtime Stories
My advice to parents with children who are interested in improving their child’s reading ability would be to start small. Anything is better than nothing. Try to start with short books that interest both you and your children. Aim for two to three read alouds per week, whether at night, waiting for the dentist, sitting in the car line or in between commercials during the football game.
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