Reading, Do You Know the Facts?

This is my sweet boy all cuddled up and reading to his bunny. It’s a rainy day in Vancouver and I thought I would share some facts about reading to your children. ⁣

⁣I’m sure you’ve heard over and over again how important it is but I think sometimes knowing the facts can help. It has for me. I’m trying really hard to devote at least 10-15 minutes of reading a day to my kids. That doesn’t seem like a lot but that’s about as long as they’ll sit for right now. 😌You have to decide for your own kids what they can handle. ⁣Here’s the facts! ⁣

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The more you read to your children the more they will build a love themselves for reading. ⁣⁣

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Daily reading is crucial for building fluency and language development.⁣⁣

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Reading to your child strengthens your bond between each other.⁣⁣

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Reading stimulates their imagination and helps them gain a better understanding of the world around them.⁣⁣

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Reading helps to develop better listening skills.⁣⁣

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Reading helps them to understand written words.⁣⁣

⁣⁣and reading helps build vocabulary skills. ⁣⁣

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So curl up with your little one and READ away!!⁣⁣

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