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Encouraging Reading Habits amongst children

Reading aloud and sharing stories with your child is a great way to spend time together.

Reading and storytelling also helps promote language, literacy and brain development. Reading to your kid makes you bond with him, and this gives your child a sense of intimacy and well-being. This feeling of intimacy will not only make your child feel close to you, the feeling of being loved and getting attention also helps him to grow smart. Books teach your child thinking skills early. When you read to your child, he learns to understand cause and effect, he learns to exercise logic, as well as think in abstract terms. He learns the consequences of actions, and the basics of what is right and wrong.Books teach your child about relationships, situations, personalities, and what is good and what is bad in the world he lives in.

Fantasy books provide material for his imagination and free play. Fairy tales fascinate your kid, and help him distinguish between what is real and what is not. Reading is vital for developing literacy, a good vocabulary and a vivid imagination. At Little Pearls educators do a lot of read-aloud to the pre schoolers. Little Pearls also encourages parents to make reading out loud to their children part of their families’ bedtime routines. At Little Pearls teachers organize reading sessions as it gives new knowledge.. Kids learn new words, new experiences, cultures, and new ways to think about things from books. Books can open their minds to things they have never thought about before.Reading to kids builds a love of reading! Kids are going to love reading more when they have positive memories and experiences with it. They will see it as an enjoyable activity, and not a stressful one.

Kids develop language sooner and have a wider vocabulary when they are read to regularly. Little Pearls Early Learning Centre has its own library and encourages reading amongst children this help kids develop language sooner and have a wider vocabulary when they are read to regularly.