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09/09/2014
The importance of reading to your child, and later having a child that reads on his or her own, cannot be overlooked. Studies have shown that children who are read to and continue to read as they grow, are typically ahead of their classmates in terms of academics. We know that it can be difficult to commit to reading to your child each night, much less ensuring that they continue the habit, and it is with this knowledge in mind that we at The Tutoring Center in Wichita would like to encourage you by sharing three of the best reasons to ensure your child is well-read. 

An Increased Vocabulary and Better Communication Skills are what you can expect when your child is a reader. It is true that as adults we may sometimes stumble upon a new word, while reading. How much more true is that for children? When they read books focused heavily on dialogue they are getting new vocabulary, the ability to figure out the meaning of words through context, as well as valuable reasoning skills. 

Improving the Self Esteem 
As your child is learning new words, becoming more confident in his or her reading and reasoning skills, image how this will help the self esteem of a child. 

Listening to others and understanding the value of their words, is another expected outcome. As your child reads, understanding the value of his or her words, won’t it also happen that they should begin grasping the value of what others have to say? 

Aside from what you are able to do at home, and what your child will learn in school, remember that The Tutoring Center has reading programs in place to help your child learn to read and/or to comprehend more of what he/she is reading. Our dedicated and prepared tutors are ready to help your child have the most reading success possible! Contact us today at 316-854-3000 for tutoring in Wichita!

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