Improve Reading Comprehension with Red Cat
- September 28, 2017
- by Melissa Lawrence
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As a mom of five, I’m the first to admit that my daily reading goals for my six year old often fall by the wayside. I’ll have a grand plan to read to Marielle for 20 minutes each day but lo and behold, one of my middle schoolers needs help studying for a quiz, someone else needs dinner, and someone else has stolen my husband’s charger. Our attention as parents is so easily diverted that oftentimes we aren’t able to spend time with our children reading the way we want to and should.
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