My First Vocabulary Builder Flash Cards Colorful Cartoons Word of the Day Learn English Japanese for Kids

My First Vocabulary Builder Flash Cards Colorful Cartoons Word of the Day Learn English Japanese for Kids

The importance of reading for children cannot be underestimated. Reading for pleasure can benefit a child's education, social and cognitive development, their wellbeing, and their mental health.Reading with children can help to create a love of reading for life. Multiple studies have found a correlation between reading for pleasure and higher academic achievement in every subject, not just English.Reading with aloud with young children, even if they can't fully understand what you are saying, gives them the skills they need for when they begin to read by themselves. It shows children that reading is something achieved by focusing from left to right and that turning pages is essential for continuing. Reading to children in even the earliest months of their lives can help with language acquisition and stimulating the part of the brain that processes language.

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