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Reading is So Good – Right From the Start

Why is Reading is to Children So Great

The analysis shows us that reading aloud to children produces many connections in their brains. These connections make a huge difference in their brain development.

• Supports and provides children language to know things in the world around them.
• Gives children the capacity to make connections between life events.
• Helps children build meaningful pathways that later they will use to discover important skills and knowledge.

Moreover, reading is a compelling and engaging experience for adults to bond with children in a meaningful way. This builds awareness and feelings of security, support, trust, and love.

Continually reading and looking through board or picture books opens your child to a remarkable amount of new words.

Read Throughout the Day

Reading books multiple times per day will potentially expose children to over one million words (all while they are having fun and bonding with you) before kindergarten. Is this really possible? According to study in 2019 from the Ohio State University, young children who are read to five times daily will hear nearly over million words by the time they turn 5.

Why is this important?
They say
home-based shared book reading represents an important resource for closing the Word Gap the massive differences in heard vocabulary for poor versus advantaged children during the first 5 years of life.

Reading is crucial for all children, but especially in the first five years.
ooks are great for your eyes and brain and great to do with a child sitting in your lap or with children sitting in a group
Inspire a love of books right from infancy and enjoying reading books to your baby every day. The experts say it is one of the best activities parents can do to aid in school readiness.

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