Posted tagged ‘Benefits of Reading’

Raising Readers

September 26, 2019

Starting from the womb and beyond, reading to your children is a perfect way to get them hooked on books. To create a reader, be a reader. Studies have shown reading to your children helps develop speech and language skills, comprehension, vocabulary, concentration, listening skills, and imagination. Reading is a great way to forge family bonds, to teach children about the world around them, and to develop empathy toward others.

The library is a perfect place to check out books without spending money. You can read…

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In a hat

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On a mat

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Under a chair

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In a crate

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On a deck

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On a rainy day

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With your younger sister

You can read anywhere!

So, set aside a special time each day, gather your children together and…

READ.

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The Three Bs of Reading According to Two Who Know

May 11, 2017

It’s never too early to introduce children to books. The benefits are abundant. Reading together is a bonding experience and aids in developing language, communication, speech, and logical thinking skills. Putting a book into a child’s hand at an early age helps instill the love of reading.

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So, what are the three Bs of Reading? According to these two cuties, the answer is boxes, baskets, and books, of course.

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With books in hand, the perfect place to relax and read is in a basket or in a box − or anywhere.

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