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10 Tips to Engage Reluctant Readers

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Mother and daughter following a recipe and making a pie

Pair Reading with Play


Fun activities that require reading, such as making a new recipe, creating a scavenger hunt, putting on a play, or making your own holiday cards to send to family and friends, help show your child that reading isn't just about sitting down with a book. Engaging him in non-book activities will help him realize that it relates to a lot of things that he finds enjoyable, and isn't just a chore.

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