99 Ways to Get Kids to Love Reading. And 100 Books They'll by Mary Leonhardt

By Mary Leonhardt

he writer of oldsters Who Love interpreting, childrens Who do not now deals a cornucopia of straightforward, sensible assistance that would aid children--no topic what their age or point of analyzing ability--learn to learn. A separate part identifies books suited for other kinds of readers, reminiscent of women who love horses, little ones who like rock bands, and machine nuts.

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So be innovative. Donate magazine subscriptions to your child’s team so that reading material will be around for road trips. Ask the coach to support reading efforts. Find books and articles about teams your child especially loves. Open the newspaper to the sports page at breakfast. 35 Encourage the development of hobbies such as coin or doll or sportscard collecting. Kids can become really fanatic about hobbies. What’s good about this is that then they’ll read everything they can find on the subject.

I think it’s important that you just wait these times out. Keep magazines around for them to pick up, and occasionally buy them a special new book that just came out. But never nag about their reading slowdown. Treat your children as avid readers who are temporarily between books, so to speak. You want them to keep their love of reading, and their self-image of themselves as readers—so they’ll go back when they have more time and energy for it. 9 If you have older children who already dislike reading, don’t blame yourself.

So you need to pull out all the stops and try to get your son to love reading—so he’ll practice. 68 Buy reading material with lots of pictures for children with auditory processing disabilities. Comic books are pure gold for children with poor auditory discrimination or a poor auditory memory. They can figure out the words from the pictures, and the riveting, adventure-filled stories keep them interested and help them like reading. I would also get plenty of magazines, and even picture books, as long as your child is willing to read them.

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