Every parent hopes that their kids grow up to be readers, right?
Sure above all, we hope our kids grow to be happy, law-abiding, well-adjusted human beings, but beyond that, wouldn’t it be nice if our kids were readers, too?
Wouldn’t it be awesome if our kids not only knew how to read, but they also really enjoyed reading, choose to read for pleasure, and loved talking to us about the books they’ve read?
Right. It’d be so awesome.
But it doesn’t have to be that far-off of a dream.
There are some things we can do at home–things that don’t cost a million dollars and don’t require all that much effort on our parts. Perhaps a deliberate decision to change, but it’s totally manageable.
Here’s the skinny. . .
- Top 2 Insider Secrets for Motivating Your Kids to Read: Having just finished a graduate course called Motivating Students to Read, this information is truly backed by a boatload of research.
It’s not rocket science.
It may not be surprising.
And you may not want to hear it.
But here it is:
What do you think?
Ready to take the plunge and really make a difference in your child’s reading?
Let me know–would this work for your child? Have you tried it?