Want to Raise a Reader? — Usborne Story Tamer: helping your children fall in love with reading

Follow this guide and you will will raise not only a kid who loves books through and through BUT a lifelong learner. The age when your child begins to read doesn’t matter, what matters is that you as a parent does in the early years. Interacting and playing with your child and reading at least […]

via Want to Raise a Reader? — Usborne Story Tamer: helping your children fall in love with reading.

You are one of your children’s greatest chances of becoming a reader; conversely, you can also become of their greatest reasons they hate reading. My parents knew it was their responsibility to teach the basics: the three (3) R’s: Reading, wRiting, and aRithmetic. School would help me hone the skills they taught me. Had my parents done what most parents do today, then I would not be the avid reader I am. It helped that some of the elementary schools I attended had some books that were focused on history,  the American Revolution, naval history, World War II, First Nations/Native Americans, and other exciting things to read. Thankfully, it wasn’t until much later, junior high (middle school to those who haven’t heard it called junior high) and high school that I had teachers and books that would have killed my love for reading if they had been involved with my elementary school years.

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