Family involvement is a key factor in the success of a child’s reading journey, especially for those with dyslexia. When families engage in reading activities together, it creates a supportive environment that encourages learning.
Reading together, discussing stories, and playing educational games like Trugs can make reading a shared, enjoyable experience. This not only helps in developing the child’s reading skills but also strengthens the bond between the child and family members.
Also, when parents are actively involved, they can better understand the challenges their child faces and can advocate for their needs in educational settings.
Family involvement in reading fosters a positive attitude towards learning and provides the emotional support necessary for children to thrive.