Dr. Har adds:
"Start with short, manageable bits of time, especially when children are very young. As children get older, and their attentiveness increases over time, select longer books or read a book multiple times. Parents should try to focus on making story time engaging and interactive instead of worrying about the length of story time."
Also, books aren't the only things to help practice daily reading. Magazines, newspapers, and board games are all fun ways to incorporate reading around the house on a regular basis.
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