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Reading can be fun for all kids
A white teddy bear sits on a blanket reading a bookKids who have learning disabilities or have trouble reading because of different types of visual impairments are often left out of reading games and competitions. Because of this, Learning Ally stepped in and created Learning Ally’s Great Reading Games for students across the US.

Kids are encouraged to read for at least 20 minutes a day in whichever format they can be it Braille, on e-readers or tablets. During the competition, people can submit photos, art work and other multimedia images. One child and one school will win prizes for their participation.

Find out more in this press release on the competition which runs until the end of February.

Have you or your children ever participated in an event such as this? Share your experiences in the comment section.

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