"The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you'll go." Dr. Seuss
Children introduced to reading early on tend to read earlier and excel in school compared to children who are not exposed to language and books at a young age. Reading is at the heart of all formal education and there are many advantages of developing early reading ability, such as : social, linguistic, neurological, educational, and psychological. Even though we can’t expect infants and toddlers to learn to write and read yet, they are nevertheless developing skills that provide a foundation for later literacy. Share books with your very young child and support emerging literacy as you expose your child to new words and increase their vocabulary, familiarize them with symbols and pictures, talk to them about it and let them interpret the context using their own words. You'd be amazed how big their imaginage is and how well they can articulate and describe what they see in the pictures. Sometimes getting children interested in reading can be a struggle, but don't give up. Here are a few tips on how you can get your kids interested in storytelling.
Below you can find an interesting article on "Why Reading Aloud to Kids Help Them Thrive". Also you can enjoy listening to a few stories read by our amazing team members.