Summer is perfect for expanding your child's horizons with books.
Younger children should be encouraged to branch out, because there is no school deadline for finishing bigger books. Look into different genres of fiction. Your child will likely enjoy reading about children around the same age.
Help your child read more this summer by participating in the adventure. Set goals and challenges for your child. Consider rewards for accomplishments. Pick out a summer reading list online with your child. Take your kid to the library to select books together.
Your older child should still be reading. You may need to make an agreement that involves privileges for keeping up with reading habits. There are college preparation reading lists that can help your kid prepare.
Listen in as Dr. Corinn Cross advises on getting your child into books this summer.