Children have a strong desire to learn to read

From the moment children are born, they want to interact with others.  Though their language may not initially be the same as ours, they quickly start picking up both the verbal and non-verbal language skills they need to communicate with people around them.

As children continue to grow, they want to become more knowledgeable of their environment.  Children are always seeing words on TV, in advertisements and in the children’s books that are read to them before bed each night.

All of this exposure to language fuels their fire to learn to read.

As Dr. Marion Blank states in a quote from her book, The Reading Remedy, “There is no skill on earth that children want to acquire more than reading.


There is no greater gift you can give to a child than the opportunity to learn to read.  The successful reader builds a strong foundation for the love of literacy, usually starting with preschool reading activities and continuing to build a strong base through the third grade reading level.

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