(PRWEB) June 20, 2014 -- Keep Reading Alive
With good books becoming movies frequently, the habit of reading is slowly dying out with children of this generation. Kids prefer to wait for the movie to release rather than read the original story.
Reading is great for the imagination as it lets children visualize the story, which can sometimes be better than the screen adaptation.
The new found knowledge and material that kids can pick up through reading can improve the quality of conversations that they have with their peers and adults. Reading shouldn’t be limited to just non-fiction; fiction is a great way for kids to explore their creativity and stimulate curiosity.
Benefits of Reading
According to a study at Stanford University, regular reading gives the mind a workout in multiple cognitive functions that results in a stronger, more active brain. With the advancement in technology, kids don't have to stick to traditional hard or soft bound books as E-books are easily available for download and serve the same purpose.
Reading can also help improve a child’s focus and attention span and as a result their comprehension abilities in the classroom get better.
How ALOHA Helps
The reading and writing program at ALOHA helps children improve this vital skill and encourage them to read more and develop a love for it.
If you feel that your child is falling behind with their reading in school, consider enrolling them in the ALOHA Reading | Writing program.
About ALOHA Mind Math
Founded in 1993, ALOHA Mind Math has been guiding children between the ages of 5 through 12 years to achieve academic excellence. The interactive learning process is proven to enhance a child’s math, reading and writing capabilities. The teachers also assist children in developing skills and abilities such as observation and listening that result in the overall growth of the child.
ALOHA Mind Math is currently training children in over 20 countries with 4200 different centers. For more details on this unique program please visit alohamindmath.com or search for the center closest to you by using our locator alohamindmath.com/locations/
Mary Beth, ALOHA Mind Math, http://www.alohamindmath.com, +1 (847) 426-5964, [email protected]
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