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04/02/2021



Why Your Child Should Make Time to Read Every Day

Reading may seem like a fun and educational activity, but that may be an understatement. Reading can help your child develop academically can professionally in tons of ways. To learn more about how this activity can help your child, continue reading.

Develop Their Vocabulary

One of the most recognized benefits of reading is how it helps people of any age to develop their vocabulary. Remind your child to look up the new words they come across so that they can fully grasp their meaning and be able to use these in their own life. This will help them in school as well as in the real world as a large vocabulary means they'll be better communicators.

Increase Concentration

It seems like in today's world there is no escaping the screens and notifications that steal our attention. Because of this, most people have a hard time focusing on one task at a time or even just sitting still without checking their phone every minute. Reading is one activity that your child won't be able to include in their multitasking. It will require that they pay attention to the book and the book only otherwise they will lose important details.

Improve Writing Abilities

Reading can help your child develop their writing skills just like listening to music and getting inspired can help a musician. Your child will pick up on things like sentence structure, style, voice, and even character and plot development. All of these skills will help them become better writers and will continue to inspire them.

Tutoring in Whittier can help your child reach their academic best. Check out the academic programs offered at The Tutoring Center, Whittier, CA, to find a program that suits your child's need. To learn more about these, call their learning center at (562) 699-0218, and be sure to ask about your free diagnostic assessment!

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