06 Feb 2020
Start reading, talking to your baby from the time you know you have a baby in your womb!
Yes, reading is this important. And, you have to make every effort if you want your kid to become a pro reader when they grow old in the future.
Being a parent, we must remember that our kids will get through every stroppy time, hard-hitting state, and joyful coup of the young years with these stories in mind. Offering a helping hand with relatable characters, these stories challenge rules and make known new aspects kids may have never thought before.
1. Let your kid choose the book.
When it comes to picking the genre of a book, there come hundreds of options, making selection even troublesome. However, the best books are the ones your kid wants to read and revel in. Let your kid pick out the books they want for themselves or ask them to update you on what their most recent interests are. Also, ask your little ones about their favorite illustration.
2. Don’t afraid to give suggestions.
Children may even choose books because their size is fascinating…sometimes that possibly because they’re mathematically or artistically willing. Sometimes they’re cautious. So, your opinion always matters and counts.
3. Don’t Stick to One Genre.
One important suggestion: don’t stick to one genre. For instance, your kid loves to read fiction with full-color illustrations on various topics. But, make them read other topics, as well, including animals, weather, arts and crafts, historical clothing, science, kitchen science, architecture, dinosaurs. Etc.
4. Choose Age-appropriate Books
The book you are choosing for your kid must be age-appropriate. Let’s suppose you won’t love to read scientific research of Medicine unless you have the potential or interest in it. Your child is no exception. They love entertaining, stupid, and splendidly illustrated tales that they can handle themselves without shredding or ripping the pages. Choose a foolish and rhymic story that explains concepts for your preschoolers. Choose a cool, relatable character story for your older children.
Lastly, Discuss the Story
After you’ve read the book with them, or they’ve read it, you can ask them to consider telling you what they liked or didn’t like about that particular book. Discuss the topic of the story, and how it can be written better. Make your discussions more easygoing by listening to what your kid wants to say without any interference. Also, do not force your idea about the book on them. By doing this, your kid can lose their interest in the book and even get bored with the whole reading habit.