Help Your Child Get Ahead With Their Reading
If you’re finding it challenge to encourage your child to see the benefits that reading can provide, you aren’t alone. The Tutoring Center in Ocoee
is well equipped to handle the challenge and has put together a few tips to help your child enjoy the benefits of reading.
Choose the right reading material
If you find that your child doesn’t seem interested in reading at all, it could be that the reading material is out of their reading comprehension. Speak with your child’s teachers and gain an understanding into your child’s reading level and preferences.
Build a library at home
Building a small library at home for your child to enjoy is a great way to grow their current interests and expand their ideas with new ones. Ask your child or student their four favorite genres of books and head out to a second hand book store to collect a few from each genre. Set them up at home for your child to enjoy and try out. As your child finishes each book, return it to the bookstore to donate it back and purchase another.
Ask questions about the book
Find out what book your child is reading in school and do some research online about quiz questions that you can challenge your child with. If possible, read the same book along with your child and discuss the story-lines and character developments as you both read.
Lead by example
It doesn’t matter if it’s a newspaper, a gossip magazine or the encyclopedia, as long as your child sees you reading, they feel reassured of its benefits. The next time you are reading, make the effort to do it visibly for your child, or even encourage them to read alongside you if they are completing homework or study.
Tutoring in Ocoee
Reading is a great way to boost your child’s learning and confidence and has limitless uses in their educational paths. Speak with a learning professional at The Tutoring Center in Ocoee
about how tutoring in Ocoee
can complement your child’s natural learning path and give their learning a boost. Speak with us now on (407) 614-5980
about how our targeted academic programs
can help your child reach their potential.