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01/19/2018
If you want your child to become an avid reader, visiting a library can give them a head start to that journey, since seeing a place dedicated to information, history, stories, and more, may make them eager to read more. Still, if you want your outing to the library to be as pleasant as possible, you should follow the tips below.

How to Go to the Library With a Young Child

  1. First and foremost, you need to talk about the rules with your child. They should know, for instance, that the library isn't a place to run or yell in. You should also teach them book etiquette before your visit; teach them how to treat books, how to take them out, how many they can take home, and more.
  2. Once in the library, you should explore the place with your child, especially if this is their first time in one. Take them to the computer labs, the map collections, the video library, and other similar sections, so they have a better idea of what libraries are.
  3. Most libraries have a children's section that is specifically designed for the little ones. There, your child will find books, games, activities, and more, that will help them learn and become an avid reader.
  4. Last but not least, what visit to the library is complete without a book haul? When searching for the right books for your child, however, you should give them some independence, so they have the chance to choose something that speaks to their interests (they could even ask a librarian to help). Just ensure the material is suitable for their reading level and age.

If your child requires assistance to become an expert reader, enroll them in tutoring in Lawrenceville GA. Call The Tutoring Center, Lawrenceville GA at (770) 545 8105 to schedule a free consultation.

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