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The Surprising Benefits of Reading With Your Kids (Infographic)

by , 22nd Apr 2016

Reading with your kids can help them in surprising ways. Find out all the ways books can open children’s minds as they grow.

What’s your child’s favorite book? What’s yours? You would be surprised how much kids benefit from reading with their parents. The positive effects go beyond the obvious ones – love for books, learning language, expanding their vocabulary. See the infographic below for more information.

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By Children’s Health Team

Source: health.clevelandclinic.org

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  • hummerkenneth@gmail.com' Keith says:

    This is a very useful collection for kids. Once the children will read, more things they will know. The more they learn, the more places they will go. You can visit my blog on The Benefits of Children’s Books to Kids
    Hope this will also help you as well.

    Thanks
    Keith

  • jamessmith878@gmail.com' J.Smith says:

    Thanks for the awesome post! After kindergarten my son could not read at all! His teacher said he would never be able to keep up or catch up in 1st grade, want to hold him back then we found this reading program: https://abundantify.com/rhs When he started 1st grade, he is reading and the teacher is absolutely amazed and raves about his progress!

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