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Reading Aloud

Author GreatDad Writers
Submitted 08-01-2007

Books are a good way to help your child improve speech skills. Along with reading, your kids can articulate what’s written in the book as they read to you.

Let Your Child Read Aloud
Try to spend time with your child reading, and encourage him to read aloud to you. You can keep a mental note of your child’s progress in terms of reading, and the areas your child needs to improve upon, and then work out ways to do it so he does not feel discouraged.