LU SUR LE NET – Top 5 Ways to Prevent Rusty Summer Readers

With summer vacation started or on its way, as parents or guardians, it’s important to ensure that reading remains on your child’s schedule even while school is out. Reading over the summer is important not only because it improves literacy and language skills, but also because it prevents what has become known as the “summer slide”—a regression in reading ability.
Studies show that children who don’t read or who read rarely over the summer encounter a stagnation or decline in their reading skills.
With that in mind, here are five of the best ways to keep your child reading this summer:
1. Let your child choose what they want to read – or be read to – for 30 minutes each day. Children are much more likely to engage in material that interests them rather than materials that are forced on them. SUITE

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