Schools are having a big push on encouraging children’s reading. We want all children to see the benefits of reading but we also want it to be something that they choose to do because they love it! There is strong evidence linking reading for pleasure and educational outcomes but the benefits of reading for pleasure go beyond this and stretch throughout a person's life. Reading increases our understanding of our own identity, improves empathy and gives us an insight into the world view of others.
At parent meetings, many parents ask us ‘how can we encourage reading at home?’ So we have put together this information to support you and your child’s reading journey.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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