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08/29/2019



Get Your Child Excited to Read This Summer

The secret to getting your child to read during the summer is to make it fun! At some point, your child will get bored by their videogames and tablet and will be looking for some sort of activity that will stimulate their brain. Be prepared to get them reading by putting these reading activities into action.

Make Time to Read Together

Reading may not sound like the most fun thing to do during the summer, but you can easily change your child's opinion. To ensure they're reading daily and to make it fun, schedule some daily reading time where you can read together. Have your child pick a fun book and take turns reading to each other. Give the characters different voices and act out some of the scenes to make it more exciting.

Head to the Library

If your child doesn't have a ton of interesting reading material at home, take them to the local library to get a library card. Once they have their library card, put it to use by having them pick out some books that look interesting. By allowing them to pick out their own reading material, they'll be more likely to actually read it all and enjoy it.

Celebrate Completed Books

For students who are just learning to read, getting through a whole book can be a challenge. When they finish a book or reach one of their reading goals, don't let these accomplishments go unnoticed. Celebrate these victories so that your child feels more motivated to continue pushing themselves to read even more.

Summer Tutoring in Orlando

To get your child the academic help they need to reach their goals, enroll them in tutoring in Orlando. Check out the academic programs offered at The Tutoring Center, Orlando FL to find the perfect one for your child's needs. To learn more about these or to schedule your free diagnostic assessment, give their learning center a call at (407) 777-8229.

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