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Reading: 3 Ideas for Reluctant Readers

Think Outside the Chapters

Some kids love to read; others rarely feel inclined to pick up a book of their own just for enjoyment. Getting children interested in reading chapter books at an appropriate age is a great stepping stone into more involved, complicated reading when they are older.  But that doesn’t mean that chapter books are the only way to encouraging reading.  Three possible ideas for getting kids into processing printed material include graphic novels, cookbooks, & magazines. Imagination Soup blogger Melissa Taylor tells you why these could be good catalysts for sparking an interest in reading. She even has some recommendations for specific titles suitable for elementary & middle school students.  Click the link to see what Melissa has to say.

Think Outside the Chapters by Melissa Taylor