Reading is Enjoyment and Educational Right From The Start
Research confirms it’s never too early to begin enjoying books with your tiny one.
Reading to babies supports the development of babies growing brain and provides them a great start to a lifelong desire and passion for reading and good books.
Benefits of Reading:
Reading is Bonding Time
Reading a book to your infant is a one-on-one activity that you can turn into a special time with your baby. It reveals to them the soothing sound of your voice which is comforting to them.
It Prepares Them For Their Own Reading
Your newborn may not comprehend what you are reading but they will enjoy the rhythm, tones, inflections of your voice, and expressions in your face.
It Boosts Their Brain Power
Research has revealed that children who were read to as young babies have a more extensive vocabulary, as well as more advanced skills, than other kids their age.
Builds Babies Response to Their Environment
After reading to your baby for a while, you’ll notice your little one replying to the rhythmic movement of your voice with their arms and legs which in turn helps babies respond to what they see and hear what is around them.
It Introduces Them to Emotion
Reading exposes your baby to feelings through the various sounds you apply when reading. For example, doing a voice for a particular character or explaining what’s happening on in the book.
It Reveals Images to Them
For the first few months, your child will begin focusing their eyes on easy designs and patterns on the pages. Reading books with pictures gives your baby a variety of letters, food, shapes, letters, and colors that they will start to see every month.
It Unveils to Them That Reading Is Enjoyable
Making it a part of your daily family routine helps your child know that reading is something to be experienced and enjoyed. This will cultivate a passion for reading that will take them through their school years and into adulthood.
Inspire a love of books right from infancy and enjoying reading books to your baby every day.