Signs that Your Child Loves Reading.

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Everyone wants their children to be well-read and educated. Besides that, if you are a parent, or if you are someone who spends a lot of time with children a lot, then you should continue reading! Here are ways to tell whether a child is adept at reading, and how you should foster this gift in them.

1.Reading with you. It is 5 p.m. You get home from work, eat dinner with your family, and grab your favorite book. Suddenly, your child is sitting next to you and asking to read with you together. This is definitely a great sign that your child already adores reading and it may be also showing how your daughter or your son has some passion for books.

2.Learning. Children learn in the different ways. Many of kids like to play and learn, but if your child is using books to experience the world, then it is a great sign that you may have a bookworm in your family. What news, wouldn’t you agree?

3.”Me time”. What does your child do in his or her ”alone time”? Does your kid take some books from the shelf and read them? How about just watching some great pictures of animals from the encyclopedia?

4.All those letters. If your beloved child recognizes the letters and the words while you are walking down on the street, that may be a good sign that your kid loves reading already. You know how it goes, you may see a house and there may be a name on it. If your son or daughter wants to read it and learn what all the letters and words mean, then you know what your kid’s passion is.

So, if you want your child to be a book lover, then you may try to practice these facts we have given you. Of course, if you recognize your child in these statements, then you already have a book and reading lover in your family. That is great news because it means that you won’t experience any troubles once your child starts to go to school. So, yes, parents, you can calm down now, there won’t be any troubles.

 

4 thoughts on “Signs that Your Child Loves Reading.

  • July 26, 2018 at 11:21 am
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    I’ve been reading to my child ever since she was in my belly and I continue to hope that she can be as interested as she grows older

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  • July 13, 2018 at 2:53 pm
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    I really should have gotten my kids reading from the moment they were able to hold a book. Now they think it’s boring and would prefer to pick up a video game than a good story full of the adventures they can have from their own games.

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  • May 15, 2018 at 3:49 pm
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    I wish my kids loved reading as I did, but they spend a lot of time with their dad who just puts them in front of their TVs and now there’s nothing I can do.

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  • May 8, 2018 at 6:45 pm
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    All my babies loved to read and now two are teachers! I’m worried everyone spends too much time on phones and doesn’t actually pick up books anymore and y’all brains are gonna rot!

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