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7 Speed Reading Blog Present Ways to Help Children Enjoy Reading, eReflect Promotes

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Many children are disinterested in reading, and only a few children seem to truly enjoy the reading process. How can parents get their children interested and even passionate about reading?

New York City, NY (PRWEB) July 09, 2014

7 Speed Reading helps people become faster, more efficient readers. But what happens when people are not at all interested in reading? Lack of interest in reading as an adult can often be traced to issues related to reading experienced as a child. Parents and teachers who want to make kids interested in reading can follow the tips shared by eReflect and 7 Speed Reading.

Making reading compelling is one way to entice students to become habitual readers. To make reading sound more interesting than SMS chatting, video games and hanging out with friends, parents and teachers need to introduce their children to age-appropriate best-sellers.

Its safer to acquaint children with heroes theyll certainly love, rather than risk it with an unknown or upcoming author. Parents are advised to go for foolproof best-sellers like Harry Potter and The Lord of the Rings to begin with. Movie tie-ins will also inspire children to read the books, either before or after seeing the cinematic version.

The speed reading software developers at eReflect also recommend trying out different reading media to appeal to younger readers. For example, parents can offer books on a tablet or an e-reader instead of a conventional printed book.

Another tip shared by the editors of the 7 Speed Reading blog is not to overlook any reading or learning difficulties. Children who find it hard to read will naturally start to dislike reading because its simply too much of an effort for them. To ensure a child has no learning difficulties, parents and teachers are highly encouraged to discuss the childs overall learning performance, potential, and difficulties.

7 Speed Reading software is a comprehensive speed reading course that consists of lessons, games and other speed reading activities. Parents who want to make their children interested in learning can improve the reading skills of their children with the software. With advanced reading skills, children are more likely to become avid readers, and they will also be more eager to learn, because they will be able to take in lots of knowledge in little time. Reading faster means the child puts less effort into the process, which makes learning and reading seem less of a chore.

7 Speed Reading offers many more tips on how to intrigue children and turn them into avid literature and non-fiction readers, and readers are encouraged to find out more in the programs official blog.

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For more information about the benefits of using 7 Speed Reading, please visit the official website at http://www.7speedreading.com.

About 7 Speed Reading

7 Speed Reading is the only modern speed reading software that uses the latest technology to produce superior results.

The software provides its users with a new way to master speed reading that guarantees three times the reading speed along with improved memory and comprehension.

The software is poised as the most comprehensive speed reading system anywhere. It contains seven learning strategies, fifteen software activities, video training, advanced tracking capabilities and many more exciting features.

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