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When a Child Struggles to Read

WE DON'T LIKE READING

There may be a number of reasons why we don't like reading: memories of being forced to read at school, not having much experience with reading in school, struggling to understand what the point of a story is, or even too focused on other stuff.

Now that you have kids and want to help them succeed, maybe reading is harder than you remember ... especially on a computer screen! That's Okay.

In this interview with Margaret Eaton, President, ABC Canada Literacy Foundation on Just One More Book, you can hear about what some of the causes of reading struggles are ... and how to solve them.

Just remember: when kids can see us read, they immediately conclude that reading is valuable. It doesn't have to be a book, it can be People magazine or a cereal box.




                 

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