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How often do you read to your child?

December 19, 2016
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When a child is born in a family, this naturally raises plenty of new problems, many of which are related to child’s development and education. Both development and education are inextricably linked to reading literature to a child, the literature that introduces various characters and scenes to the child. So, some parents traditionally read tales to the child before bedtime, because they understand that children are beginning to form with a mother, and in this case, it is important – from the very childhood – to teach the child the specific features and skills. Not only this would make you closer to the baby to share something interesting and beautiful together, but it would also teach the child to distinguish between good and evil and initiate a love of reading from childhood. When you read to a child from the very childhood, the probability that the kid will read by himself is higher; in this case, you will have no need to prohibit the kid from playing computer games unless the book is read.

So how often do you read aloud to your child?

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