Why don’t the US schools teach kids to read?

I don’t know about you, but I don�t think reading is a good idea for our kids.

It�s certainly not for my daughter, who has a learning disability and cannot read well, even on a smartphone.

In fact, the only book I taught her to read was a video game I bought her to play.

The video game taught her that it is ok to take things too far.

Even after she had mastered that game, she still couldn�t read it.

I told her,�I am going to give you a new one.� She took the new one and was reading, but not the text.

She couldn�ts even recognize the characters.

She can still read and write, but it takes a lot of practice to master that.

There are books about learning to read that you can read for your kids, but they are too expensive.

And, most of them are too long and too complex for my five-year-old.

But it is true that many books that can help kids read well don�s not actually teach reading.

Instead, they teach the skills that children need to read.

For example, a study in the journal Learning & Learning found that children who read by reading are more likely to develop a range of cognitive abilities and to have higher self-esteem.

Many schools also use interactive devices to give kids access to their own books.

These devices help them learn new things and make them feel connected to the world around them.

However, many teachers use these devices to teach reading to their kids, not to help them read.

I don �t think that reading is something that can be taught.

What I did want to talk about is a little known fact: many of the best books teach reading by listening.

Reading is not about learning new things, but about connecting with your thoughts.

You want to hear what they have to say, what they�re thinking, what their interests are, what the world has to offer.

Teaching reading to children is about connecting to the experience of reading, not just reading.

What you need to do is listen to your child�s thoughts and feelings.

When I read to my child, I hear her words.

She is reading, so I listen.

Sometimes she just wants to say something, but other times she is thinking about something and she needs to listen.

She needs to be told what she is doing.

Some books I read have been published, but many of them were never published.

It�s been years since I read them. 

What you can do to help the next generation read:Read aloud.

Ask questions. 

Ask what the child is saying.

If the child wants to know more about a topic, write it down.

Don�t be afraid to ask your child,� I want to teach my daughter to read, but if she is afraid, she won�t.

Read books aloud with your child.

You can also use the Internet to read aloud.

This is great for the older kids, who might have trouble reading in front of their peers.

We need to know how children learn, so we can better understand how to create reading experiences for our children. 

In this article, we will learn about what children need in their lives to read well.