In this guest post, Anitya from Hooked To Books will share her experience on how to make reading fun and interesting for your child. (While she’s not a mommy herself, Anitya has an 8 years old niece who she is reading “The Little Prince” and all the children’s encyclopedias with).
Benefits of reading
Reading benefits children in so many ways.
However, not every kid is a natural born bookworm. Some learn to read more slowly than others, and some enjoy tearing their books more than studying them. To develop and nurture your child’s love for books and reading requires a lot of patience and dedication from your side.
Apart from planning fun activities for reading time, it would be very useful for parents to know the basic tips for “marketing” the joy and the usefulness of reading to their child.
Make books easily available
It’s not likely your kid will ever think of books or grow a love for reading if they never see a book around. To make reading a part of their life, books should be something they see often enough.
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