This, in turn, fills them with this negative belief and they begin to identify THEMSELVES as “slow” or “struggling.”
These thoughts don’t just occur to kids - they are implanted in their heads somehow.
It’s not fair to the kids when this happens, whether it’s the school system that labels them or their peers.
Now, let’s look at the other side.
The #1 reason kids love reading is choice.
When kids are given choices and they CHOOSE to read (instead of being forced to), they love it!
(It’s not just kids who think this way - who doesn’t prefer to do something they chose to do?)
So - how do we get kids to feel confident in their own reading skills, and get them to CHOOSE to read?
Let us teach you!
In our 67 Steps, we’ll break down everything we’ve learned on how to foster a love of reading and learning in your child.
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