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The holiday season can be a magical time for your child. Moreover, it can be a chance for your child to become an avid reader. A well-read child has better communication skills and a stronger vocabulary, so if you want them to become a reader, the post below will share some tips on how you can encourage them during their winter break.

How to Encourage Your Child to Read Over Winter Break

Read Books About the Holidays

Your child likely loves the holiday season. If that's the case, you can use the holidays as an incentive to get them to read. For example, you can give them books about elves, Santa Claus, Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, Frosty the Snowman, etc. During the holidays, your child will engage more with these stories.

Put Together the Right Atmosphere

The cold weather of the winter months can help you create the right atmosphere for reading. Since the cold will keep you inside more time, you can light up the chimney, snuggle under fuzzy blankets, and drink a cup of hot cocoa. There, you can read a good book with your child.

Give Books as Presents

Finally, the holiday season is the time of gift-giving, and your child may love to receive presents. To make them eager to read, you can give books as presents. Especially if Santa gives them those books, your child will see them as more special and will want to read them more.

Call The Tutoring Center, Greentrails (Kingsland and Fry), TX, at (281) 944-9067 to enroll your child in one-to-one reading tutoring to help them strengthen this vital skill.


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