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Get caught! Reading that is. Back to the ‘imitation is the best kind of flattery.’ Your child wants to be like you. So do what you want them to do! If you begin reading, your child will know that it’s fun and exciting. You can even spend your last 20 minutes before bed as a family reading time. If your child spends 20 minutes reading, or being read to, each school day, they will have read over 3,600 minutes which is somewhere in the neighborhood of 1,800,000 words a year!
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