5 Ways to Get Boys Reading

Books are great bucket emptiers for highly sensitive children. Reading is a powerful way for time in with your children. Books are also a compelling way for a child to get time alone to recharge at the end of a busy day. Reading is also a highly effective tool for winding down before bedtime.

5 Ways to Get Boys ReadingHowever, if you have sons you may have stumbled upon the common obstacle of a reluctance to read. Boys falling behind in reading is a worrying trend. Many boys go through a phase where reading ‘for fun’ is not a priority but instilling a love for reading from an early age will certainly help make sure it’s a temporary phase.

Head on over to The Good Men Project to read 5 Ways to Get Boys Reading.

For book ideas for HSCs read: 18 Great Books for Highly Sensitive Children.

Over to You: What tips do you have to get and keep our sons reading?

 

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About Amanda van Mulligen

Mother, writer, author, blogger. Born British, Living Dutch. I have three Dutch sons and a Dutch husband and I blog about Turning Dutch and raising highly sensitive children.
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