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Motivating Children to Read. Create a place and time for reading. Comfortable chairs or floor pillows Good lighting A place without distractions. Variety of Books. Different Genres Magazines Books on tape Read along books – PBSkids.com. Read to your child!.

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create a place and time for reading
Create a place and time for reading
  • Comfortable chairs or floor pillows
  • Good lighting
  • A place without distractions
variety of books
Variety of Books
  • Different Genres
  • Magazines
  • Books on tape
  • Read along books – PBSkids.com
read to your child
Read to your child!
  • Be a good role model…let them see you reading
  • Look for books by popular authors
  • Blessing of a book
  • Older children can start a book club
  • Talk about books
visit local library
Visit Local Library
  • Preschool story time
  • Check out books, tapes, dvds
  • Get your child a library card
  • Schedule weekly visits to library
establish daily reading time
Establish Daily Reading Time
  • Schedule 10-30 minutes a day.
  • Discuss what was read
  • Consider child’s interests and ability level.
  • Shared reading and echo reading
  • Read print all around

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