4 Things To Know About Reading

“But once children become independent readers, we often encourage them to read quietly alone. Older children and adults can enjoy hearing a story aloud, too (why else would audio books still exist?), and all readers need time to talk about what they are reading to develop deeper understandings of it.”

Read more from The Indiana Partnership for Young Writers.

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