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Daily Reading – Yes?

Parents frequently ask if their students should be reading on a daily basis. The answer is yes they should. What they read, however, depends upon the situation.

Students are usually assigned to read something for a specific assignment. It is best if the reading takes place earlier in the day. The later it gets, the more tired a student is and the reading will not be as accurate as it should.

Students are encouraged to read for 20 to 30 minutes a day. The choice of material is up to the student and the parents. Parents should try to select reading material that really is of interest to the student.

Have a student who is struggling with reading? Get immediate help. Contact Beth Silver at or 310-720-0390.

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