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10 Everyday Ways to Keep Your Child Reading While Having Fun

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Summer Reading for Kids, Boy acting in a summer drama program play

Star in a Play


Whether your child joins a theater program or just dabbles in drama at home, reading and attempting to memorize a simple script is a wonderful way to expand his mind and interest in the arts. You can find free plays for children at FreePlays.org. Puppet theater is a fun way to get your younger child to come out of his shell and practice reading aloud.

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