Reading: Method to Avoid Summer Brain Drain


For years, teachers have suggested lists of the best books for children based on their grade and reading level. However, parents should also make sure they have a variety of books/resources, make reading a time to share with others instead of a solo activity, and (most of all) make reading enjoyable. There are lots of sites out there with resources and suggestions of great books to borrow or purchase; however, it’s not just about choosing the best books for children to read. Parents should have lots of books available to read, they should make time for reading to take place, and they should also make those reading opportunities fun. In order to do these things, think about the following:

  1. Make sure there are plenty of books for adults and kids to read. The best way to get kids interested in reading during the summer is for them to see adults…

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