11/10/15

10 Reasons to Read to Your Children

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1. Reading to your children develops their sense of hearing. 
2. Reading to your children helps them learn there are times to be calm and sit still. 
3. Reading to your children helps them learn new vocabulary.
4. Reading to your children helps them to develop their imagination. 
5. Reading to your children helps them learn to read.
6. Reading to your children teaches them about new concepts, places, and cultures. 
7. Reading to your children encourages sitting together and bonding.
8. Reading to your children teaches them the value of taking good care of books. 
9. Reading to your children teaches them to love books and learning.
10. Reading to your children is fun and creates fond memories.

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2 comments:

  1. Reading to your children is great. I still read with my 11 year old. Sometimes it is leisure reading and sometimes it is straight from his school books.

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  2. Thank ypu for the article, when I was too young and couldn'd read, I loved to hear someone read an interesting book to me. And when I grew up enough to read on my own, I read tons of books even those that didn't fit my age, historical I mean ))) And do you know how my mom involved into reading? When she was in another room, she read a book and laughed, I ran to learn why she laughd, then she read me that funny piece of the text(i was in the 5 grade) And since that time I read almost all the books of that author.

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