Bookstores, school and local libraries, online stores, and even websites offer a wide range of reading materials for kids’ learning and enjoyment. This convenience is not enjoyed by past generations. However, this easy access also poses risks to children’s exposure to materials that may not necessarily be good for them.
Not every reading material is good, says Roella Ann Salape, or Teacher Ella, an educator for 13 years. According to her, “it is my work to create a learning environment where kids can reach their utmost potential, and reading is an integral part of this work.”
According to Teacher Ella, there are four categories of reading materials that are bad for kids:
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