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Reading is an important building block for kids

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Basic skill for success is essential

By The Staff

One of the most basic skills your child needs to learn in order to be successful in school and in life is reading.  Every parent wants that for his or her child, so the following points are some ways that you can help your child build a reading foundation, as well as develop vocabulary skills that will supplement the reading.

Label things in the home such as the table, refrigerator, doors, etc. Collect the labels and have your child put them back on the correct objects.

While in the car, walking, or riding the bus, have the child look for and read familiar signs.


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