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In this unprecedented time, we are fully remote learning. I want my students to have physical books to be able to learn foundational print concepts and book use in reading in their journey to becoming fluent readers. There is a common perception that children are more likely to read if it is on a device such as an iPad or Kindles. But new research shows that this is not necessarily the case. In a study of school age children, in those who had regular access to devices with eReading capability (such as Kindles, iPads, and mobile phones) did not tend to use their devices for reading—and this was the case even when they were daily book readers.

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In this unprecedented time, we are fully remote learning. I want my students to have physical books to be able to learn foundational print concepts and book use in reading in their journey to becoming fluent readers. There is a common perception that children are more likely to read if it is on a device such as an iPad or Kindles. But new research shows that this is not necessarily the case. In a study of school age children, in those who had regular access to devices with eReading capability (such as Kindles, iPads, and mobile phones) did not tend to use their devices for reading—and this was the case even when they were daily book readers.

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