Read to your child.

Read to her from the day she is born.

Read to her every day.

Read to her until she can read her first word, then let her share in the reading.

As she can read more, encourage her, and read less yourself.

Hear your child read – listen to her read.

Let her know you are listening.


This is good practice, not just practice for a child’s reading, but
practice for a parent’s listening.

Read to your child… Jhciacb


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