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The student2student mobile literacy program is a “buddies” program which pairs 8-12 year olds with a peer and they read the same book while on the telephone.
The peer is usually in high school and has training to improve literacy skills in peers. Optus provides a mobile phone to any student without a phone.
Just four per cent read daily to their child by the time they were aged 9 to 12 years.
Parents blamed making dinner and doing housework (19 per cent), work (12 per cent) and tiredness (12 per cent) for skipping the nightly read with their child.
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Parents who stop reading to their children once they reach primary school are missing out on an emotionally rich time and could also miss out on the benefits of reading aloud in old age, a literacy expert has said.
“When children come home from school the pressure is on to get things done,” Professor Raban said. It isn’t like you read a bedtime story across the room.
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“Children grow up quickly and when they leave home it is done.
Reading a book together extends that period of closeness well beyond the preschool years,” she said. Half believed reading was the most important skill for a child to learn.