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How to Make Reading Fun

With constant reading homework, comprehension quizzes, and benchmark exams, learning to read becomes a chore for children. It’s important to remind your little reader that reading is a magical and fun experience that can take them worlds away, all within the pages of a book. Not to mention, reading is the foundation of every subject they will learn. Enjoying reading helps improve reading. The best way to become a stronger reader is to start by enjoying it. Take a look at the following things that with help you make reading fun for your little reader.

Read aloud
Often times, children do not enjoy reading because they get lost, bored, or confused. Reading aloud has proven to help with reading comprehension and is a great way to avoid losing your spot or getting distracted. Reading aloud will help your child bring stories to life - encourage them to give different voices to each story character. Remind your children that reading is a creative act. Finding a voice and confidence through reading aloud can translate to almost any other subject or hobby.

How to Make Reading Fun

With constant reading homework, comprehension quizzes, and benchmark exams, learning to read becomes a chore for children. It’s important to remind your little reader that reading is a magical and fun experience that can take them worlds away, all within the pages of a book. Not to mention, reading is the foundation of every subject they will learn. Enjoying reading helps improve reading. The best way to become a stronger reader is to start by enjoying it. Take a look at the following things that with help you make reading fun for your little reader.

Read aloud
Often times, children do not enjoy reading because they get lost, bored, or confused. Reading aloud has proven to help with reading comprehension and is a great way to avoid losing your spot or getting distracted. Reading aloud will help your child bring stories to life - encourage them to give different voices to each story character. Remind your children that reading is a creative act. Finding a voice and confidence through reading aloud can translate to almost any other subject or hobby.

Make it interactive
If you have a child who is having trouble focusing or struggling to follow along with a reading, try a more interactive approach! Interactive books and reading programs are a sure way to bring fun and encouragement back to your little reader. Reading off of a tablet, nook, or kindle may bring your child more reading enjoyment as well. Kids are growing up in a world of tech and are very comfortable behind a screen. Most parents work on limiting their child’s screen time, but repurposing this time and using reading programs on your child’s tablet could actually help them enjoy reading more.

Introduce a variety of books
A big reason many children do not enjoy reading is because they have not been exposed to enough content. With a wider variety of stories, themes, and story formats, your child will be able to try out every avenue. You never know what your favorite book is until you read it first! Welcome a variety of story types into your child’s library and let them discover what stories interest them most. Chances are, your child will find something they enjoy and their love of reading will start from there.

Let kids read below their grade level
Grade level reading is designed to be slightly challenging for children as it is designed to push them to read better. However, reading below their level allows children to read at greater ease with a more full understanding. Taking the intentional challenge out of reading allows it to be a more enjoyable activity for your child’s free time. Challenging reads are important and necessary, however, so are light and easy reads.

Create a space for reading
It is important to give reading its own designated space in your child’s life. This means you need to carve out physical and mental space devoted to reading. Give your child a regular reading period where all other distractions are eliminated. Set up a cozy reading corner or nook in a quiet part of the house for your child to practice their reading and focus on it. Creating a comfortable environment for your child to read will help make it more enjoyable and feel less like a chore for them.

Give them the tools to improve
Kids struggle to enjoy things they feel they are not good at. For example, a child who is not the fastest runner may not think soccer is fun. The same goes for reading. If a child is struggling to read, they may feel discouraged and have no desire to continue reading. Giving them the tools they need to improve can consequently improve their reading ability and foster a love for it as well. Not to say they have to be the best reader to enjoy reading, but feeling a sense of confidence when they do so will only make the learning and improving process easier and more enjoyable for them.

Make it interactive
If you have a child who is having trouble focusing or struggling to follow along with a reading, try a more interactive approach! Interactive books and reading programs are a sure way to bring fun and encouragement back to your little reader. Reading off of a tablet, nook, or kindle may bring your child more reading enjoyment as well. Kids are growing up in a world of tech and are very comfortable behind a screen. Most parents work on limiting their child’s screen time, but repurposing this time and using reading programs on your child’s tablet could actually help them enjoy reading more.

Introduce a variety of books

A big reason many children do not enjoy reading is because they have not been exposed to enough content. With a wider variety of stories, themes, and story formats, your child will be able to try out every avenue. You never know what your favorite book is until you read it first! Welcome a variety of story types into your child’s library and let them discover what stories interest them most. Chances are, your child will find something they enjoy and their love of reading will start from there.


Let kids read below their grade level
Grade level reading is designed to be slightly challenging for children as it is designed to push them to read better. However, reading below their level allows children to read at greater ease with a more full understanding. Taking the intentional challenge out of reading allows it to be a more enjoyable activity for your child’s free time. Challenging reads are important and necessary, however, so are light and easy reads.

Create a space for reading
It is important to give reading its own designated space in your child’s life. This means you need to carve out physical and mental space devoted to reading. Give your child a regular reading period where all other distractions are eliminated. Set up a cozy reading corner or nook in a quiet part of the house for your child to practice their reading and focus on it. Creating a comfortable environment for your child to read will help make it more enjoyable and feel less like a chore for them.

Give them the tools to improve
Kids struggle to enjoy things they feel they are not good at. For example, a child who is not the fastest runner may not think soccer is fun. The same goes for reading. If a child is struggling to read, they may feel discouraged and have no desire to continue reading. Giving them the tools they need to improve can consequently improve their reading ability and foster a love for it as well. Not to say they have to be the best reader to enjoy reading, but feeling a sense of confidence when they do so will only make the learning and improving process easier and more enjoyable for them.

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