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Learning to love reading

Learning to read needs to be done at home as well as at school, says reading expert Alison Kelly. Here, she shares some advice and tips to help your child become a 'reader'.


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Reading tips


Usborne Very First Reading


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Helping your child to learn to read can be an exciting and frustrating experience, especially during the first two years when your child is getting to grips with the basic principles of letters and sounds. A newly-launched series, Usborne Very First Reading, aims to help parents to support their child through the thrills and frustrations of learning to read.


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Sharing books with Early Readers


As children develop their confidence as independent readers, it is important to keep reading with them. Here, six-year-old Nicole practices her reading at home with the Usborne Reading Programme - and a little help from mum.





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