to visit. Older children can help plan
Have them jot down the names of
crossword puzzles help children read
and spell. These games help take the
drudgery out;of reading.;Use;spelling
• Recipes are another way to get kids
and directions for cooking. Encour-age;your;child;to;read;by;buying;him
a cookbook that is age appropriate.
the reader and the listener.
• The backs of cereal boxes are often
• Subscribe to age appropriate magazines. There are many magazines to
interesting;to;kids.;You;might;be;sur-prised at how they look forward to
the restaurant, hand everyone their
over, and then tell you what they want
Ruth O’Neil has been writing for over
20 years. She has published hundreds of
articles in numerous publications. She
homeschools her three children. She and
her husband have been married for 20-
plus years. In her spare time she enjoys
quilting, crafting, and reading. Visit Ruth
at her blog ruths-real-life.blogspot.com or
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