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what are strategies that a concerned parent can us to help improve his or her child's reading and writing skills

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  1. Talk to the child. Use suitable vocabulary and sentence structure. Above all, read to the child. Make sure the child sees his/her parents reading for pleasure.

    Children who are read to learn to enjoy reading and are usually proficient at it.

    Read to the child.

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