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Winter break means your child will have plenty of free time on their hands. So, why not make the most of it? To that end, you can use the holidays to encourage your child to become an avid reader. To learn how you can help them build a reading habit over their winter break, continue reading the post below.

How to Encourage Your Child to Read Over Winter Break

Find Holiday Books

The more you engage your child with a story, the more it will interest them and the more they'll want to read it. That's why, you should find books that go over holiday stories. For example, the story of "Frosty the Snowman".

Create the Right Mood

Your child won't be able to go out much because of the chillier weather of the winter season. You can take this to your advantage and create the right reading mood indoors. For example, you can turn on the fireplace, give them hot cocoa, and pull out the cozy pillows and blankets.

Give Books as Gifts

Last but not least, a strategy that could really encourage your child to read more is to give books as gifts. Often times, children treasure their gifts over the holidays and think of them in a special way. You can add this significance to your child's books, which may compel them to read them.

Help your child become an avid reader with reading tutoring in Jacksonville, FL. Call The Tutoring Center, Jacksonville FL at  (904) 903-7770 for more information on their academic programs, or to schedule a free diagnostic.


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