Guidelines to Parents Reading with Children
- Encourage your child to join in on familiar words.
- Direct your child's attention to certain pictures.
- Make comments that link the story to your child's life.
- Sit close together.
- Make sure both of you have a good view of the book.
- Make your voice interesting and playful.
- Allow your child to tell a favorite part of the story.
- Pause to ask questions, make comments, and enjoy the humorous parts.
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