School years

A door to success: reading for pleasure

Cultivating children’s interest in reading is far more important than pushing them in academic achievement. To help your kids develop this habit that could change their future for the better, Dr. Agnes Chan suggests starting with 10 minutes of reading every day.

To help your kids enjoy a great start in life, it’s more important to cultivate their interest in reading rather than blindly pushing them to chase good grades. To help your kids enjoy a great start in life, it’s more important to cultivate their interest in reading rather than blindly pushing them to chase good grades.

A door to success: reading for pleasure

Cultivating children’s interest in reading is far more important than pushing them in academic achievement. To help your kids develop this habit that could change their future for the better, Dr. Agnes Chan suggests starting with 10 minutes of reading every day.

  • July 02, 2018

    A door to success: reading for pleasure

    Cultivating children’s interest in reading is far more important than pushing them in academic achievement. To help your kids develop this habit that could change their future for the better, Dr. Agnes Chan suggests starting with 10 minutes of reading every day.