The Tutoring Center, Whittier CA

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01/19/2015
Here at The Tutoring Center in Whittier, we understand that your main priority is to help your child become the best person they can be. Being able to read and understand what’s being read, for example, is one of the abilities your child should have in order to succeed. This is why, if you’d like your child to become a better reader and improve their reading comprehension, you should follow these tips we’ve prepared for you.

How to Help Your Child Become a Better Reader

Motivate Them to Read

Make sure that your child has the right material to read; it should suit their interests, age and reading level. This will help them form the habit of reading on their spare time. 

Reading Environment

The right light, the right space and the right time can have a huge impact on how your child reads, and how they interpret what they’re reading, so keep it in mind.

Take Notes

Encourage your child to take notes as they’re reading. This way, they’ll be able to keep track of key plot points, characters, etc., which will help them comprehend the text better.

Use a Dictionary

It’s common to find unknown words as we’re reading. Having a dictionary near will help clear out any doubts, understand better and will even expand your child’s vocabulary.

Research

Sometimes, knowing more about a subject we’re reading can be a great way to get new perspectives on it. To help your child be a better reader, encourage them to learn more.

Employ Different Reading Comprehension Strategies

If your child has trouble understanding a text, use different techniques to help them improve. For example, reading out loud to avoid skipping words or paragraphs could work.

Discuss

If you want your child’s reading experience to be more enjoyable and enriching, make sure to discuss what they’re read. This will give them new ideas and perspectives on the text.

Come to The Tutoring Center for Expert Tutoring in Whittier!

If your child needs a bit of assistance with reading, grammar, vocabulary, math, and more, know that The Tutoring Center offers academic programs aimed at helping them master these subjects so they can reach their potential. Call 562-699-0218 for a free consultation.

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