Parents, please read to your children
- Children who are read to have larger vocabularies.
- Children who are read to tend to continue to read into adulthood.
- Children who are read to have higher comprehension skills.
- Children who are read to develop writing skills much earlier.
- Children who are read to tend to have higher grades throughout their schooling.
- Children who are read to often become writers.
- Children who are read to will read to their children.
Parents, please read to your children.
A person who was read to as a child.
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This is such an inspiring post Alyssa. I might not be a parent, but I can still read to my little sister and she’ll experience what I did when I was younger. Reading to children builds lasting memories and a tighter bond. Once again, this is a great post. People really need to read this and step up.
Thank you, man. I have a noticed a recent dip in this simple, yet very important aspect of parenting and child development. I think people have forgotten how important a book is in the life of a child. Please read to your sister. Really, anyone can read to a child and it will be just as effective. All that is required is time.
A small sacrifice for a huge reward.