6 Steps to Raising a Bookworm

Teaching Writing  /   /  By Sara Keagle
Stone Soup Magazine
May/June 2017

My daughter loves to read. She does it all on her own, with no coaxing at all from me. Well … OK, that’s not exactly true. The thing is, she just doesn’t REALIZE she’s been coaxed into reading her entire life. I believe a love for reading starts early; very early and in the home.

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  1. Pat October 1, 2015 at 7:43 pm Reply

    Great post Sara! Great ideas and am looking forward to more enlightening posts about getting children to enjoy reading and about your home school ideas as well!

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