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Go on reading with your kid

Go on reading with your kid

from 1 year 6 months to 3 years

Your little one will surely like listening to your reading - so, go on reading the kid his/her favorite stories, funny poems and nursery rhymes time and again! As your child grows older, they’ll be on the move—playing, running, and constantly exploring their environment. Snuggling up with a book lets the two of you slow down and recaptures that sweet, cuddly time you enjoyed when they were a baby. Instead of being seen as a chore or a task, reading will become a nurturing activity that will bring the two of you closer together.

Throughout toddlerhood and preschool, your child is learning critical language and enunciation skills. By listening to you read One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish, your child is reinforcing the basic sounds that form language. “Pretend reading”—when a toddler pages through a book with squeals and jabbers of delight—is a very important pre-literacy activity. As a preschooler, your child will likely begin sounding out words on his own.

When you spend time reading to toddlers, they’ll be much more likely to express themselves and relate to others in a healthy way. By witnessing the interactions between the characters in the books you read, as well as the contact with you during story time, your child is gaining valuable communication skills.

Make photos with your kid, upload to the App. Write how often you read books to the little one.

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