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When the child is very young, between 1 and 3 years old, reading is a game for three players: mom or dad, the child and the story. The adult is the voice of the stories, the bridge between the child and the book or magazine that both have opened together. The adult has to be patient and repeat this game day after day with patience and without forcing the child.
At first, the child will not spontaneously approach the adult with the story in his hand, but he will come to do so. And even to become obsessed with a specific story, which is his favorite and of which he never tires! It is a matter of repeating, of being patient, of being available exclusively for that little time of reading-game, of choosing the book or magazine well and never forcing the child. In summary: you have to fascinate the little one. And it is possible. We should not give up when the child does not like to read.
When the child is learning to read, it must be taken into account that he will be motivated: the apprentice reader practices reading the texts from the hyper bags or from the posters that he sees on the street. But you also have to keep in mind that he makes a great effort. So the adult must still accompany him to relieve him in reading when he gets tired and to applaud his achievements.
You have to look, of course, for books or magazines that you like. Not too long, varied and with a letter that facilitates autonomous reading. And we must not forget the themes: the story must involve the child, reach him in some way. It's about you reading and what you read leaves you with a good taste in your mouth and more desire to continue reading.
When the child already knows how to read and is perfecting mechanical and comprehensive reading, it is necessary to facilitate autonomous reading. You have to get him to read on his own, without the adult. One key is to make it easier for him: to offer him varied stories, not very long, structured in a way that allows him to stop reading when he gets tired and to resume reading easily.Find books or magazines with a font that is comfortable to read. And never give up on illustrations!
At this crucial moment, photos and drawings are a support: they complement the text, in some cases they clarify it and they are a relief for the eyes. The goal: to ensure that the effort does not discourage you and that the effort is rewarded, that is, that you enjoy reading.
By the way: are parents sure that the child sees well? And that the subject attracts you? The reader may be bored by dinosaurs, but excited by buildings. Their tastes and their personality have a determining weight when choosing a reading for him.
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