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5 Tips for Teaching Kids to Enjoy Reading

Reading is one of those “things” that kids either seem to enjoy or dislike. Luckily in my case, both of my boys truly enjoy reading, but I know that’s not the case with every child. Even if your child seems to dislike reading, there are things you can do to get your child to actually enjoy it instead.

#1. Try Community Reading Programs

Sometimes just reading for your own sake isn’t enough. Kids want to be recognized for their hard work and determination. Community reading programs are perfect for helping kids get excited about reading and making it more enjoyable. During these programs, kids get rewarded for the amount of hours they read… It’s pretty exciting!

#2. Try Reading Together

Sometimes adding a little bit of fun in with reading makes it more enjoyable. Parents, read with your children to spruce up the idea of reading. Spend time talking about the book and even using goofy voices while reading. Take the time to teach your child about how high or low inflections in their reading voice can add a little spin to their reading fun.

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#3. Involve Their Favorite Characters

If you can get your child to understand that reading is a part of everyday life, then you have established something great in their minds. Allow your child to keep up to date with their favorite characters online by following a blog or something along those lines. There are even books out that align with most cartoon characters. Realizing that reading is about more than sitting in a room alone will help your child enjoy reading that much more.

#4. Why not Electronic Reading?

Thanks to technology, your child can start reading in different formats. Paper books are great, but if something like a Nook or Kindle helps your child love reading, then so be it. I have also found that the process of reading can be fun for kids when using an electronic reader. They get to scan hundreds of books that might not be available through paperback. Plus, Amazon has tons of FREE books every week, so this doesn’t need to be an expensive reading endeavor.

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#5. Books as Gifts

Children learn to value the things we teach them to value. If they see you reading and enjoying a book, they are more likely to follow. Instead of giving the latest superhero or Barbie doll to your child, consider gifting them a book. When you give a child a book as a gift, you’re teaching them that reading has value and is important.

I have always encouraged my boys to read and am so happy that they both have a love for it. In our schools, there is a big emphasis on reading as well, which makes me a happy mama. From kindergarten through elementary school, the kids read for at least two combined hours each day. With all that brain power being used while my kids are at school all day, packing them a great lunch is something I take very seriously. They need fuel to power all that thinking they do all day.

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That’s why I headed to Walmart to pick up some Horizon Squeeze Pouches (which come in Mixed Berry, Strawberry, and Orange) and Horizon Kids Aseptic Milk Boxes to send them to school with.

Horizon at Walmart

The thing is, both of my boys are both in different schools this year and they each have different start times. That means that mornings are busy in my house and honestly sometimes eating right can be the last thing on my mind. With Horizon products, I don’t even have to sweat it because I know I sending my boys off to school with foods with ingredients that I can feel good. Plus my kids both love them, so it’s a win/win.

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I love that I can just grab Horizon Organic Fruit Pouches and Milk Boxes and put them quickly and easily into the boys lunchboxes.

Here’s why I love Horizon Milk Boxes:

  • There are 8gr of protein per milk box
  • They are an excellent source of calcium
  • No high fructose corn syrup!
  • Chocolate: Flavored with organic cocoa
  • Vanilla: Flavored with organic vanilla extract

The Horizon Organic Fruit Pouches are pretty awesome, too:

  • 5gr of protein per pouch
  • They’re an excellent source of calcium!

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If you are interested in trying out some Horizon Squeeze Pouches, there is going to demos held at Walmart between 11/5/2015 – 11/8/2015 (at participating stores). Check the store list here to see if your Walmart is having one.

How do you teach your kids to enjoy reading?

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149 comments

  1. Aeryn Lynne

    Great tips! We utilize most, if not all of these, at home. One thing that has really worked well with my 5 yo nephew is picking up Skylanders comics (a hard thing to do sometimes since this is such a popular read.) We go to the store together as much as possible so that he can see all the reading possibilities of his favourite superheros, and we’ll occasionally come home with more than just the one book. He actively brings the books to me all the time for us to catch up on the next adventure/cliffhanger.

  2. Liz Mays

    I totally agree with you about reading. I much prefer paper books, but anything that gets kids reading is fine by me!

  3. Kristi

    Our girls are in middle school and both still prefer paper books too! They have access to ipads but an actual book is still their first choice. Which is fine by me too.

  4. Ourfamilyworld

    I prefer real books, too, but things are different nowadays. So long as my kids are reading, then I guess, it’s alright.

  5. Kim

    I love your ideas here. I have been blessed with two book lovers and one more than reluctant reader. In fact he hates reading more than anything. Reading books about his favourite characters really did help him! It’s funny you should also mention eating because my guy has some sensory issues and eating while he is reading helps him concentrate. The squeeze pouches would fantastic! He concentrates more while sucking on a straw but this would be convenient, nutritious and a lot less fuss.

  6. Crystal

    I snack as I do almost everything! Wonder if it would help my reluctant reader.

  7. Emily Smith // The Best of this Life

    My kids love fruit squeeze pouches! Great to know that Horizon is making them, for when we visit the US. For learning to read, we have reading time for 30 minutes everyday before bed. We sit with our son and read with him to help him learn words and sentences.

  8. Jennifer

    being involved and reading together is really important, I feel, especially at a young age. The earlier you read to your kids the better

  9. Elizabeth O.

    I think getting kids to read is something we must do. It all starts with allowing them to pick a book they want and for sure they will eventually love reading!

  10. Dawn Lopez

    Wow! I never realized how much nutrition is packed into a Horizon Milk Box. They really are perfect to pack for lunch.

  11. Pam

    Yes they are! I always felt good packing them for the kids!

  12. Coupon Diva (@RealCouponDiva)

    well…besides the Horizon snacks (LOVE them!) – what about Reading Is Fundamental? That was SO big when I was growing up

  13. Scott

    We tried nearly everything it seemed. Finally the teachers in our school started requiring 30 minutes a day and found some books that they truly enjoyed.

  14. alissa

    Finally Isaak is starting to read. I love it. He’s not the nose in the book kind of kid, but I’ll take anything.

  15. Alicia

    Our kids are in 1st and 2nd grade. Our oldest loves to read, and in their school they do a Book-It program once a month, where they record on paper the 10 – 12 books they read, and then the teacher once the paper is turned in and signed by a parent will give the student(s) a book-it slip which is good for a small personal pan pizza.

  16. Marielle Altenor

    These are some great tips. I’ve always loved and enjoyed reading since a child. So I just assumed my son would also enjoy reading. Sadly that is not the case. It’s even harder since he has to learn to read in another language. I’m thinking of getting him some books with his favorite characters such as Mario and books about dinosaurs (his current obsession).

  17. Stephanie

    These are great tips. My son is learning to love reading. I attribute it to many of the tips you’ve shared. We also love snacking on Horizon products!!

  18. Scarlet of Family Focus Blog

    My son also likes those Diaries of A Wimpy Kid books. My daughter loves the Circle of Time books.

  19. Theresa

    I’ll have to recommend Circle of Time to my daughter. She’s looking for a new series to read!

  20. Kristi

    Great suggestions. Thankfully our girls really enjoy reading. One of them took longer than the other to really love it but we have always encouraged them to bring books wherever we go so they have something to do if there is down time. No screens… just a book:)

  21. Stace Werner

    Growing up, we were always readers. When we would go to bed, we could stay up an extra half hour, but only if we were reading. Both my sister and I did it every night, and both still do today!

  22. Liz Mays

    I always gave my kids extra reading time too! They loved it. They were both good readers!

  23. chastity

    Such great tips! I also think if your kids see you reading, it will help getting them interested as well.

  24. meagan

    Love this idea – setting a good example really is key! Time to find myself a good book!

  25. toughcookiemommy

    As a Literacy Specialist, I’m all for any initiative that promotes literacy. These are some amazing tips for instilling a love of reading in kids.

  26. katrina g

    These are such good tips, I’ll have to use them for teaching my sister to read.

  27. Lexie Lane

    This is such a great tips, for sure many mommy’s out there will definitely try this awesome tips in able to teach their child in reading. Thank you for Sharing.

  28. asbestrecipes

    Reading is such an important thing for the kids not only for education but also expands their world and the way they perceive life

  29. danaventod

    Books are so important to talking and speech communication as well as spelling. Great tips

  30. Brenda Brown

    WE LOVE Horizon products in our household. Thankfully, I was blessed with a 9 year old that just LOVES to read!

  31. Theresa

    We eat Horizon crackers a lot here! I haven’t tried their other products, but will soon. My oldest has always had a love of books. My youngest is spotty on her reading, only doing it when she stumbles on something that really interests her. Usually joke books.

  32. leechrista

    My sons also love the Wimpy Kids books. We also love squeeze pouches but didn’t realize Horizon made their own. I’ll definitely check them out because they seem to come in better flavors than the others.

  33. toughcookiemommy

    My boys love the Wimpy Kid books too. It’s great when you can get them engrossed in reading their favorite books.

  34. misstywatson

    These are some awesome tips! My kids love to read and there will be a ton of books under the tree this year!

  35. Michele

    Most children-not all obviously-will do like the adults around them do. All of my friends, like me, are readers–and so are all their children. They used to see us swapping books, reading books, discussing books—guess they decided they better get with the program!!

  36. Ourfamilyworld

    We haven’t tried the Horizon Organic products. I will check this out.

  37. Miss Millennia Mag (@MissMillMag)

    I love your tips and will motivate my sister’s kids towards reading books!!

  38. Ourfamilyworld

    These are great tips. Reading together worked for my kids.

  39. Elizabeth O.

    It’s also an awesome way to spend quality time!

  40. Ronnie Epstein

    As a child, I was a huge fan of reading. It had to do with the fact that we did not have a TV or computer either, so entertainment was fulfilled by books. Nowadays with all the distractions, it’s more difficult to get into reading (even I have this issue). For me what always excited me about reading was the book catalogs that came by mail. My mom would always let me pick 3 books and it got me so excited about receiving & reading them!

  41. Tami @ ThisMomsDelight

    I’m getting a head start with my youngest. He loves books so far. I am trying to keep away from electronic reading though. I want him to enjoy the good ol’ fashion hardbook version.

  42. Sunny M

    I love your tips! I especially enjoy #4- my kids love reading in electronic form!

  43. Jennifer

    These are great tips. My sister started reading to her kids before they were even old enough to know what story time was.

  44. Stacie @ Divine Lifestyle

    I absolutely love this article. It’s so important to teach kids the value of joy and reading as early in life as possible.

  45. thriftychicmom

    Thankfully my oldest 3 love to read hopefully the younger 2 will feel the same way. I had no idea Horizon did fruit pouches too, that is great!

  46. ninjamommers

    These are fabulous tips. My oldest loves to read and so does my youngest. They really enjoy it and have learned really fast. My oldest loves to read to my youngest daily. It’s the cutest thing I have ever seen.

  47. Amanda || Growing Up Madison

    I just saw that Horizon has quite a lot of different other products besides milk. I’m going to have to pick them up for Madison for daycare.

  48. Autumn @Mamachallenge

    Those are great tips! I have been giving my children books as gifts, hoping that it will make them want to read more. Thanks for sharing!

  49. Pam

    Reading together with my kids was a big part of how I got them to enjoy reading. They are still avid readers today.

  50. Jeanettte

    Those Horizon Squeeze looks really neat! I have not seen them yet in stores. I hope our store is one of the trial stores. I really want to try them. My son is just learning how to read and I hope it takes off. We read a little each day.

  51. tamaralikecamera

    Well this is fun! I love that we both had Horizon posts this week.
    I love the squeeze pouches and the crackers.
    And reading with my six-year-old is BLISS. She works so hard at school.

  52. tara pittman

    My boys do love reading. We need to go to the library for more books.

  53. Lois Alter Mark

    I always loved taking my kids to the library. They had so much fun picking out books.

  54. Catherine S

    These are really great tips. My son as always enjoyed reading. Now that he is older we share a lot of the books.

  55. Katie Markey McLaughlin

    Great tips! I read with my 3-year-old every day, and so far he absolutely loves it. I can’t wait to check out the Horizon milk boxes. So convenient!

  56. Rebecca Swenor

    These are all great tips for teaching kids to enjoy reading. I would read to my kids and then when they were older I would have them read to me. Thanks for sharing the tips.

  57. Amy Desrosiers

    My kids do love this milk! Their favorite is the chocolate variety!

  58. susan

    I got my daughter started with reading when she was very young. It is something, she still loves!

  59. lisa

    I have been reading to my kids since they were in the womb. They love reading as much as I do and we read every day!

  60. jacquiodell

    These are great tips! I just recently started to look in to ebooks for my son. He’s hard to find books that are below his reading level that he enjoys.

  61. Kristen from The Road to Domestication

    I still think that I love to read partly because of all the reading my mom did WITH me. Great points, for sure!

  62. Clarissa Esquivel

    My kids love these chocolate milks! and reading!

  63. Chasing Joy

    Books make great gifts. I also think reading together is good and just to have a culture in your home where the family reads as another form of entertainment.

  64. Kimberly Storms

    I think the best tip in my experience from this list is reading with your kids. I know my kids love that the most and before I knew it they were off reading on their own though they never pass up a chance to read with their parents too.

  65. Lois Alter Mark

    These are great tips. I am all for anything that encourages kids to read.

  66. [email protected]

    Great post! I love giving books as gifts. I loved to read growing up, and it turns into an invaluable skill!

  67. Sarah Bailey

    These sound like some great idea, I think my parents had to get my head out of books when I was a child. x

  68. Amber NElson

    I was a big reader as a kid and I’m trying to get my kids to enjoy as much as me.

  69. Erika Ashley (@erikaislittle)

    These are some great ways to get the kids to enjoy reading. Accompanying reading with an activity like a snack before/after also helps them associate reading with something they enjoy.

  70. Jessica Beal Harlow

    Your tips to encourage kids to love reading are spot on. I’m an avid reader so my kiddos have always seen me enjoying it. Plus, I’ve been a big believer in reading to my kids since before they could do it by themselves. These two things have made them curious about books and hopefully has instilled a lifetime love of reading!

  71. Jenna Wood

    My niece just loves getting lost in a good story. She likes t have physical books on hand (I guess to show off more than anything.) These are all great tips.

  72. Savannah Miller

    I have read to my boys since they were first born :). I think it is so important to read together and it really helps them to be better readers. Plus we do fun voices when we read so for them reading is fun and not stressful

  73. Jonathan Key

    Our kids love using the iPad. I love the idea of electronic reading. I really didn’t get into reading until middle school or early high school years. I hope my kids will be into it a lot earlier than I was. It will greatly help them developmentally. These are some great tools and suggestions to get them there!

  74. Jasmine Espinal

    I read to my kids since they were born and they naturally gravitated towards reading on their own.

  75. Chubskulit Rose

    My kids read the series of the Diar of a Wimpy Kid. I love when she shares the story to us, the lesson learned and the message i the book conveys to the readers.

  76. Helene Cohen Bludman

    Great ideas. I feel very lucky that all three of my kids enjoyed reading and still do.

  77. Stacie

    I have always encouraged my kids to read and we would take turns reading to each other which was fun. I love your ideas. I hope my children keep enjoying reading.

  78. Amber Edwards

    My boys enjoy reading because I let them pick out the books they like to read. I do give books for gifts at birthdays, holidays, and Easter. And they even get books as rewards for good behavior. It really helps them to love reading when I pick up new books with their favorite characters.

  79. danavento

    Reading bolster vocabulary and opens worlds not formally introduced. I love getting the kids into great books!

  80. Amanda

    Great tips, Im trying them on my reluctant reader!

  81. NPC

    These are great tips! My girls love to read.

  82. irishred13

    Our kids love to read, I am definitely thankful for that!

  83. Ida

    My son is a little younger than your boys and he loves Captain Underpants. They are so silly but as long as it gets him to read, I am OK with it,

  84. Jeanine

    Love this! One of my kiddos is struggling with reading right now so we are really working on it with him. My kids love to read.

  85. Amber NElson

    These are awesome tips. My boy loves to read!

  86. Nikki

    This is such a great tips, very helpful to me. My kiddos really loves reading, I’m going to apply this tips.

  87. Heidi Spears-Gray

    I’ve always loved reading from a young child until now. It’s a calming thing for me!

  88. Brandi Davis (@PenguinsinPink)

    Great tips for teaching reading to kids. My girls are toddlers so we are not there yet. They do love Horizon pouches and milk for snack time.

  89. Travel Quest

    lately I’m fond of Organic product, Its nice to see parents like you who takes time to prepare healthy snack for their kids even on their busy life.

  90. Chanelle

    These are great tips. I am a book junkie and am so glad that my girls love to read. I am waiting to see how my boys are but I am encouraging them early.

  91. Kathy

    Wonderful tips! I usually read to my kids every night. They love it when I read to them. My oldest is learning how to a read a bit now too, so she’ll read to me sometimes as well.

  92. Erlene

    Nice tips to get kids to love reading. My teens got involved with interactive books that had things to do online while reading the book. One was Skeleton Creek…a little scary, but they enjoyed it.

  93. Bri

    Reading together is a great way to get children into loving to read. Also watching the movie (if there is one) after reading the book is a great incentive.

  94. meagan

    I love making reading a special time with just my son and I before bedtime. He gets to choose his favorite books, and we read them together.

  95. Elizabeth Lampman

    We read every night before bed. The kids love to try to read along with us. I will have to pick up some Horizon Squeeze Pouches. They would be great for a snack on the go.

  96. victoria

    This is a great tips. my 3 year old son was always want a story book. i will use this tips for him.

  97. Jennifer Pilgrim (@jenn_pilgrim)

    Love your tips! I currently do all of them and will continue to do so. I want my 1 year old to be an avid reader!!

  98. Ann Bacciaglia

    My kids have a love for reading. They love going to the library and picking out the next book to read. These are great tips.

  99. homesteadwishing

    My boys check out 15 books each every two weeks from the library. They love it. Out library gets news books a lot too. Which is good because at this rate they are going to read every book on the shelf!

  100. socialite123l

    Reading together makes such a big difference .. this works the best for me. And also giving books as gifts. If children are encouraged to read they will naturally adapt to it

  101. mommyblogexpert

    Reading is so important to every child no matter what they choose to be when they grow up. What wonderful ideas you have for inspiring kids to become lifelong readers.

  102. Crystal

    We just got a Kindle for our daughter. It’s been great! I love seeing her excited about reading and whizzing through books.

  103. censie

    Love Horizon products and I am going to save these tips. My son is 5 so we are really workign on reading.

  104. Sabrina @ Dinner, then Dessert

    You have to plant the seed of reading when kids are young so they grow up loving it! Reading helps them grow up to be much more well-rounded people!

  105. Aimee

    My kids love those chocolate milk boxes! I will have to grab them some of those pouches!

  106. Carol Bryant

    I remember the librarian asking me if I was “going to read all those books” and yep, I did. I love that you are instilling a love of reading now. Super post.

  107. Erinn S

    My son is 7 and loves to read. We read every night together and have done so since he was an infant

  108. Tatanisha Pitts-Worthey

    Great tips! It’s important to teach your children the love of reading. It would be much better to start young but if you didn’t, it’s never too late.

  109. Jeni Hawkins

    Awesome tips, thanks! I especially love that you mentioned giving them as gifts!

  110. Ana De Jesus

    great tips it is so important to teach children the art of reading and how in an age of technology books still remain supreme.

  111. Ria Rosaura Romero

    reading together creates family bonding and helps children to read well.

  112. Marcie W.

    These are all helpful tips. I have found bringing my kids to the library and allowing them to choose their own books really captures their interest.

  113. jenni Eaves

    These are such great tips. I’ve always been an avid reader and I’m hoping to instill the same love in my son.

  114. Claudette

    I’m amazed at how many young people can barely read, worse yet spell. It is a sad day, technology or not, when illiteracy or barely literate is fashionable.

  115. yumeating

    I am so happy that kiddo is so in to her books now. She’ll read for hours and then spend another hour telling us about what she just read.

  116. Melissa

    I love these and so does my daughter! By the way, Your son’s bed set is so cool!

  117. crystalandcomp

    These tips are awesome! I have one struggling right now with becoming interested in reading and I am willing to try anything.

  118. Donna

    Reading is so important for kids. These are great tips!

  119. Lynndee

    Our son always get a book or books as a Christmas gift. Like your son, he loved Diary of a Wimpy Kid too and he had read all of them already, I think.

  120. [email protected]

    My sons love it when I read to them. I need to read more myself to show the enjoyment of reading to them.

  121. Uplifting Families

    Reading is super important. I wish that I enjoyed reading more growing up. I read some but probably not as much as I should have. I do enjoy ebooks npw. I read on my phone.

  122. Erin (@SugarCrumbs)

    These are excellent tips! I definitely need to try some of these with my 7 year old!

  123. Yolanda @ Seeing It Their Way

    My oldest is in 1st grade and reading on a 3rd grade level, yet he doesn’t have a love for reading. I have been trying to figure out how to get him to love it rather than it be a chore.

  124. Kelly (@KickingWKelly)

    If I am going to pack my kids lunches, I want them to be healthy. I trust the products from Horizon and feel good giving them to my kids.

  125. Holly @ Woman Tribune

    I have always been a bookworm. My grandmother always read to me and when I learned how to read myself, you couldn’t get me to put down a book. Love your tip to give books as gifts. I have always given the kids in my life at least one book a holiday.

  126. Nicole Herose Cochingco Escat

    Awesome tips indeed. This is really useful to me, I’m going to apply this tips to my kiddos. They really love reading books. Thanks for sharing.

  127. Krystal's Kitsch

    We read every night before bed. It does help to have a reading routine.

  128. ascendingbutterfly

    Sounds like Horizon Squeeze Pouches are a treat parents can feel good about sharing with their kids!Tracy @ Ascending Butterfly

  129. Eileen

    Readimg is so important and a nice treat after they are finished is always great

  130. Mykidsguide

    I think reading to them when they were young got my kids into reading. These are great tips.

  131. Lisa Rios

    These are some great tips to motivate kids to read as these days kids just start to sit with your Ipad or Mobile for long hours & play with some fun Apps. I think reading together & involving some special characters would impress them so much.

  132. michele d

    I wish that my kids were big on reading. Not the case at all. Love your tips of keeping the kids interested. I’ll be using them. Thank you for sharing your thoughts.

  133. Jaime

    I have always been a bookworm and I am so thankful my mom instilled the love of reading in me. My daughter is 12 and can read a few words but because of her brain injury, she has a really difficult time learning to read. She LOVES to look at books, so I encourage her as much as I can to try and read!

  134. The *New* Classy (@TheNewClassy)

    I used to love library reading programs when I was little. I also loved the one they did at Pizza Hut where you could read so many books and get a free personal pizza.

  135. Kiwi

    I know these new age kids dont like books as gifts but when I was a child I loved it! The younger you start kids getting them into books and cutting out electronics time for book reading the better!

  136. Christie

    We love praising and giving little rewards to our son for reading. These are great tips to build up a little reader

  137. Emily

    These are great tips, Robin! I love to give books as gifts, especially to younger children. And, keeping older kids belly’s full with Horizon products is a great idea too! #client

  138. Amber C.

    Awesome ideas! We usually have a certain time we turn off electronics and read. And we also read together at night before bed time!

  139. Dhemz

    these are awesome tips indeed! I didn’t know they now have squeeze pouches. Thanks for sharing!http://www.gregdemcydias.com

  140. Tiany - Social Savvy Mom

    Great tips, it can be so hard to get kiddos to enjoy reading. We love Horizon here too, with a house full of growing boys, we go through it like water! LOL

  141. Yona Williams

    These are all good ideas. I think we do everything except for the community reading programs. Depending on my nephew’s mood, he increases his interest in reading – not as much as I would like though.

  142. Aly Mashrah

    I’m a huge fan of reading together as a family. I love reading with my son before he goes to bed.

  143. Kristin

    Kids love to read as we try and create excitement by reenacting what they read in a play.

  144. Swa-Rai (@swaraimedia)

    Love this! I’m so happy that the boychild loves to read. I hope this continues.

  145. Britni

    Reading together with my son is one of my absolute favorite parts of our day! I think reading with kids is definitely one of the most important things to do with your kids.

  146. Anjanette @MommaYoung

    My kiddos love to ready, the 11 year old is a chain reader. My littlest girls love when Mommy reader to them. Some times I have an accent when I read, sometimes I sing the words in the book.. Makes it way fun for them to read.

  147. Jason Young

    Anything to get my kids to read is grea. Thanks for the tips

  148. christina aliperti

    The Wimpy Kid series helped my son love reading. Before those books it was a rough time for us.

  149. Toni | BoulderLocavore

    I love all of your suggestions. My eldest child is taking her college tests and continues to score highest on reading. I think much of that is from suggestions just like yours and regardless of how it’s done kids need to be reading!

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