The Importance of Reading with Infants
Is it really important to read with babies? They are too little to understand, right?
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Research shows that children read to at home do better in school.
Sensory input from reading together builds stronger brain cells connections and engages cells to be protected through synaptic pruning.
Reading with your little one teaches them about language, expands their vocabulary, builds oral language skills, and creates a stronger attachment bond between reader and child.
Story time offers children a variety of ways to solve problems that they might encounter in real life situations.
Focusing on the pictures helps to develop eye muscles as well as attention span.
When reviewing global literacy studies, the most successful countries emphasize early childhood reading and literacy practices.
Reading to children builds a stronger prior knowledge base!
Reading with your baby will create lifelong memories and a love for reading.