Do you read to your children?

Do you read to your children? Even if your children know how to read independently, this doesn’t mean you need to stop. Why?

  • You can teach your child more words to increase their vocabulary and promote optimal learning, language and literacy skills…
  • You can help your child reduce his or her anxiety around reading aloud in the classroom…
  • You can help turn your child into a life-long, positive reader…

And the research suggests that “more than one-third of Australian respondents aged six to eleven whose parents had stopped reading to them wanted it to continue.”

Don’t believe me? Read the article at:

https://theconversation.com/research-shows-the-importance-of-parents-reading-with-children-even-after-children-can-read-82756

By | 2017-09-29T06:47:32+10:00 September 28th, 2017|Categories: Uncategorized|Comments Off on Do you read to your children?

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Exciting News! We are moving to the ACT at the end of 2021 and opening up a brand-new speech pathology and psychology practice in Braddon in early 2022.

We will begin taking new assessment bookings for our Canberra practice in December 2021, so please come back then and you’ll be seamlessly directed to our new website.

Until then, we will continue to support our current clients in Mittagong.