We are all-adults and children-into having the newest gadgets. Whether it is cell phones for adults, or Nintendo games for children, we have the urge to catch up with technology.
However, the simple act of reading a book can bring as much stimulation as electric gadgets. Start the reading early to help them with their brain development, which can also be a simple pleasure for you.
Read for Fun
Just pick out a book to share with your children. If your children are too young, allow them to look at the pictures, and enjoy a laugh or be amused with their expression.
You are creating a special bond with your children as you share the moment.
Read to Improve Comprehension
Read to your child to improve their comprehension. As you read, children pick up the plots of the story, and anticipate in the ending. They will want to know what happens at the end.
Read to Learn
Read to learn more information! Reading expands not only your horizon, but your children as well. They will put their imagination into the story, and start asking questions to know more about the place in the story.
Read to Build Vocabulary
Read to build on vocabulary! Reading aloud to your children will help them learn new words, which exposes them to higher level vocabulary than they would normally hear.
Start the reading early with your children, help them enjoy reading, and aid them with their brain development.