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Teaching Your Child to Read Can Be Easy and Fun

It is said that in order to homeschool you need to have an exuberant amount of patience. Yet, all moms need to have a lot of patience, not just homeschool moms.  It is true that teaching your child will require time, patience and practice. However, so does teaching them how to tie their shoes, ride a bike and use their manners.  One of the most challenging tasks to take on as a homeschool mom is teaching your children to read. At the same time, it is also one of the most rewarding tasks for a homeschool mom.  How well your child reads will greatly impact their future. This is likely the biggest reason that many moms are unsure of their ability to teach their children to read. The beauty of homeschooling is that it isn't a journey that you take on your own. There are countless resources and support groups that are both ready and willing to lend a helping hand.  In the same manner, the task of teaching your child to read is not one that you have to do alone. Nor do you need to have s

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