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01/19/2018
Believe it or not, simply visiting a library can increase a child's interest in becoming an avid reader. That's why, if you have a young child at home, you should follow the tips below before your next trip to the library, so they can have a pleasant experience that will be conducive to reading.

How to Go to the Library With a Young Child

Go Over the Rules

Going over the rules with your child before your visit will help you have a more fun, enriching, safe, and pleasant experience. Tell your child that they should be quiet and avoid running around while there. They should also learn how to treat books, how to check them out, and how many they can take, before their arrival.

Explore the Library

Contrary to what your child may believe, a library can offer much more than just books: they have map collections, computer labs, video libraries, etc. Explore the library with your child so they can get a better sense of what they can do and learn there.

Take Them to Children’s Section

Libraries often have a place specifically designed for children, where they can play, read, learn, use their imagination, and more. Take your child to your library's children section, so they get even more excited about their visit.

Choose the Right Books

Last but not least, you should help your child choose the right books to read. You can ask a librarian for some guidance, or you can let your child choose something that sparks their inner bookworm (a book that's appropriate for them, of course). This, so they can have an enjoyable time reading, and want to do it more.

If your child could use reading tutoring in Milpitas CA, turn to The Tutoring Center, Milpitas CA. Call 408-263-5377 to schedule a free consultation.

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