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10/17/2017
Improved communication skills, a wider vocabulary, and a better understanding of their surroundings are only a few of the many benefits that can come with having a child that reads often. Nonetheless, reading alongside them (especially if your child is younger) can bring some benefits of its own. To learn why you should be sharing reading time with your child, refer to the post below.

How Reading With Your Child Can Benefit Them

You Bond With Them

When you and your child read to each other, you're not just sharing a story; you're also spending time together, which can make you both feel that much closer and comfortable with each other's company.

You Help Them Build a Habit

As mentioned above, a lot of good can come with having a young avid reader at home. However, building that habit can be challenging. When you two read together, you're inadvertently helping them become a reader.

You Can Answer and Ask Questions

Children can have questions about the story-line, the characters, the vocabulary, and more, and you being there to answer them can improve their reading comprehension skills. Moreover, you can ask them questions to make them think and become more critical of what they're reading.

You Can Share Your Points of View

Last but not least, when you read together, you can share your points of view. Your and your child's minds are opened to different ideas, opinions, interpretations, and more, which can only make reading time more enjoyable and enriching.

If your child requires support with reading, math, or other academic skill, turn to The Tutoring Center, Bloomfield MI. Call (248) 432-7288 to enroll your child in tutoring in Bloomfield MI or to request a free consultation.

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