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How to Get Your Child to Love Reading


[one_half]Nowadays, it has become increasingly difficult to convince children to love reading books and other reading materials. They would prefer to watch their favorite cartoon series or movies or surf the internet and play games rather than lift a page of a good fairy tale book or their school textbooks.åÊHowever, as parents, we should not raise the proverbial ‰ÛÏwhite flag‰Û and give up easily. Here are some tips to make reading a part of your children‰Ûªs lives:

One For The Books‰Û_ A Decade of Fun Reading, Changed Lives, Renewed Hope (Part 1 of a three-part series)

[two_third] araw ng pagbasa [/two_third] [one_third_last] THE MISSION[/one_third_last] The ReadRIGHT Instant Reader program was developed in 2001 by Teacher Veronica 'Vicki' Q. Arioder, a BS Development Communication graduate of UP Los Ba̱os and a Masters of Education graduate of UP Diliman.

From Early Readers To Wise Leaders

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Ten Ways To Motivate Your Child To Read

Dear parents, do you find it difficult to make your child read? Here are some helpful tips you could use to inspire your child to develop a lifelong friendship with the written word.

1. Let them choose what they want to read.



The Younger The Children

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The younger the children, the faster they acquire and develop new habits.

Ten Insights I gained as an Instant Reader Teacher

Teaching little kids to read has been a challenging but at the same time, very rewarding journey. I have definitely enjoyed the experience and it brought back so much memories that I will forever cherish. Let me share with you some of the insights that I have gained during my Instant Reader experience.


1. Sense of Pride


Reading Teacher Insight

[one_third][custom_frame_left shadow='on']1175331_189819027866394_1964673466_n[/custom_frame_left][/one_third] [two_third_last] Being aåÊPreschool TeacheråÊfor so long makes me enjoy the little things in life. And being part of the Instant Reader Team deepens my role as a teacher.

Benefits of Reading at an Early Stage

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Reading is an essential skill that should be learned by everyone.åÊHaving the skill and ability to read is very important because it is an essential building block to literacy and education.