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November 11, 2013
Reading to Your Child: A Winning Strategy

Building reading habits begins in infancy, as you read your child fairytales and pop-up books. Don’t let it end there. Educators agree that reading to your child as she grows will engage her and help with comprehension. Read a few pages; then stop and talk about what you just read. These breaks help ensure your child is following the story.

 
 

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