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3 Steps Parents Can Take to Help their Child Struggling with Reading and Writing

Last updated 5 years ago

If your child is struggling with reading or writing, then there are several things you can do to help them stay motivated and improve their literacy skills. The best way to improve their writing is to encourage them to read on a daily basis. Here are three easy ways you can encourage your child to have fun while reading:

 1.      Read together

The best way to get your child excited about reading is to show them that you are excited about reading. Pick up some fun books and show your child that books can be exciting—try to actively read the stories by using funny voices and hand motions. Also, have your child participate during reading by having them finish the sentence for you or have them read every other page.

 2.      Practice reading in everyday situations

Practicing to read with your child can occur almost anywhere, whether you are driving in the car or walking to the playground. Point out signs, billboards, or store logos and ask them to read certain words for you. By turning this into a game, your child will learn that reading can be fun and easy.

 3.      Schedule daily reading or homework time

Set an example for your child by establishing a family homework time where the entire family (including you!) does homework or reads a book. By scheduling this daily routine, your child will get increasingly better at reading and writing. Seeing you and your spouse take time to read will also set a good example for them for the rest of their lives.

If you are searching for other ways to help your child succeed in school and life, then bring them into The Literacy and Language Center in San Francisco. Our literacy program focuses on helping students realize their full potential and helps them learn to love reading. For more information about our tutoring services, visit our website today!

 

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