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06/16/2014
 Reading is a great activity! Not only do you get to practice your grammar and spelling, but you also learn new things and use your imagination. However, there are some children who find it a little bit difficult to do it.

If your child is one of them, and you would like to know how to encourage him/her to grab a book once in a while, The Tutoring Center in Center Ocoee will help you out here.

How to Encourage Your Child to Read

Let Them Choose

It will be a lot easier for you to get your child to read if s/he can pick a story that interests him/her. Just make sure that the content is age-appropriate and let them read!

Read Along

Remember that everything you do is a lesson to your child! They won’t do something if they see you aren’t following your own advice, so make sure to lead by example.

Discuss 

If you want, you can even get two copies of the same book (or read it together), so you can talk about it. Discussing a book is exciting and will surely get them interested in reading.

Make Time

You can set up a specific reading time for your child. For example, it can be right before they fall asleep, once all electronic devices are off and they’re on their bed with their pajamas on.

Go to the Library

Going to the library can be a great experience! This building is filled with books, knowledge and tranquility. Seeing this place can get your child excited about reading.

Making sure that your child practices the lessons learned at school during the summer is very important. They can do this by reading, completing exercises or getting a tutor! By doing so, they’ll be ready to take on the new school year with no problem.

If you’re searching for summer tutoring in Ocoee, remember that you can trust The Tutoring Center. We have experts that will help your child reach his/her academic potential, so call (407) 614-5980 to get started!




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