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Reading Comprehension

Visuals to Help Your Child’s Reading Comprehension

It’s never too early to infuse your child with the love of reading—it is one of the mot important ways for your child to learn about the world around them. Reading helps stimulate brain function and ensures better mental development throughout life. But for children, it’s not just about learning to read—it’s about developing good reading comprehension skills so that they understand what they see on the page. (more…)

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Improving Vocabulary

3 Ways to Enhance Child’s Vocabulary Using Storybooks

Reading is still fundamental

Despite our reliance on the largely visual world of tablet, computer and television screens, a child who is not an enthusiastic reader with a well-developed vocabulary will be at a disadvantage throughout life. But when parents encourage their child to read, he or she will begin to build vocabulary skills, which will, along with the formal training received in school, lead to his growth as an enthusiastic reader. (more…)

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Sleep Early

How to Get Your Child Go to Bed and Sleep Early

Do your children have a tendency to fight sleep, no matter how tired they are? Do they have trouble relaxing before bedtime? Some of the time, the food they eat and the things they drink can have an impact. However, many times, it's also a matter of various excuses that kids come up with in order to avoid going to bed. Children are very fun-loving, and there is nothing wrong with them wanting to live life to the fullest! However, as parents, its important to also teach them balance. (more…)

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Children Reading

Storytelling Technique to Boost Your Child’s Reading Skills

Many studies have correlated the academic success of students with exposure to reading before preschool. Over the last 25 years, research has continued to indicate that children who read frequently do better in school and stay in school longer. According to a National Adult Literacy Survey conducted by the U.S. Department of Education, “Children who have not developed some basic literacy skills by the time they enter school are 3 – 4 times more likely to drop out in later years.” (more…)

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