Win Win Parenting – The Reluctant Reader: How to Inspire a Love of Reading in Your Child
Do you struggle to get your young children or teens to read? Would they rather be on some form of technology than sitting quietly reading a book? We all know how important it is for a child to enjoy reading not just in terms of their education but for so many reasons including for the sheer pleasure of it.
What about you? When you have spare time, do you love escaping reality with a good book enjoying the experience of the story unfolding with each turn of the page? And more importantly would you like that for your child? If you have a reluctant reader and you’d like some ideas for how to inspire a love of reading in your child then join Dr Rosina as she interviews Dr Robyn Ewing who is a Professor in the Faculty of Education & Social Work at the University of Sydney, in Australia.
Dr Rosina, entertaining and educational parenting expert and Professor Ewing experienced school teacher, researcher and speaker explore the ins and outs developing your child’s reading skills and love of reading. In this interview you’ll learn about:
- Why reading is so important for young children and teens.
- The many different ways to develop reading skills – sounding out versus sight words – reading aloud / to self – conversations and questions.
- The barriers that create reluctant readers.
- What can parents, teachers or caregivers do to support and inspire a love of reading.
Learn more about Dr Robyn Ewing and her research at her University of Sydney staff webpage.
For help raising well-rounded and capable kids from toddlers to teens, get great tips, resources and support using Dr Rosina’s practical Win Win Parenting approach.