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Now that winter break is almost here, it is the perfect opportunity to help your child fall in love with reading. In the past, we've mentioned a few tips on how you can achieve just that, but in this occasion, we'd like to provide some more ideas revolving around the holiday season. Hopefully, by following these, your child will become an avid reader and will be able to reap all of the benefits that come from reading.

How to Engage Your Child with Reading this Holiday Season

Create a Cozy Reading Environment

While the weather outside may be frightful, it creates the perfect ambiance to put together a little reading nook for your child. A cozy, warm spot with pillows, blankets, a lit fireplace, and a cup of hot cocoa can be the perfect setting to lay back and enjoy a good book.

Give Books as Gifts

Whether you celebrate Christmas, Hanukkah, or another holiday tradition, giving your child books as presents can spark their interest in reading. Moreover, giving them books of topics that speak to their hobbies or likes will make them more inclined to read over winter break.

Visit the Library over the Break

The school break is the perfect time to take your child on little learning excursions. Visiting the library can be one that'll help them be more intrigued by reading. This is because they'll get to see a whole building dedicated to books, knowledge, and stories.

Turn to The Tutoring Center for Tutoring in West Bloomfield!

If your child needs a helping hand to completely master reading, spelling, or other academic skill, turn to The Tutoring Center in West Bloomfield. They'll happily work with your child to help them achieve their goals. Contact them at (248) 432-7288 for more information on tutoring in West Bloomfield.


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