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06/08/2018


Taking your child to the library can inspire them to read more, and as a result, reap the many benefits that come from being an avid reader (increased vocabulary, better communication skills, among a myriad of others). If you're planning on taking your young child to the library this summer, follow the tips below so you can have an enjoyable, enriching time there.

How to Go to the Library With a Young Child

  1. First and foremost, you and your child should go over the rules for your visit to the library. Make sure your child knows not to get lost, to treat the books right, to avoid yelling or running, and other similar rules that will make your time at the library a pleasant one.
  2. While books are an important, incredibly valuable part of a library, they aren't the only learning material you can find in them. Explore the library with your child, and take them to the computer lab, video library, map collections, and more, so they can get to know the place better.
  3. If it's available at your library, you should also visit the children's section. They're areas specially designed to make children interested in reading and learning more about the world around them. It's also likely they'll have fun in there, so make sure to stop by.
  4. Lastly, to have a productive trip to the library, make sure to choose the right books. To that end, seek guidance from a librarian, or allow your child to choose something that piques their interest. Just oversee that it's appropriate for them.

Call The Tutoring Center, Mountain View CA at (650) 396-7680 to enroll your child in early age tutoring in Mountain View CA.

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