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Ask your child questions. At the end of the day, we as parents are tired. But it’s worth those extra minutes to ask your child about the story you just read. This is a basic, but huge, Kindergarten concept. Your child will spend their days listening to stories being read to them and they will be asked questions to gauge their understanding. Did you like it? What was your favorite part? Those questions quickly turn into comprehension questions. Who were the characters? The setting? What was the conflict in the story? Give them a jump on their comprehension.
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