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Filed under: YOUR BABY SHOULD READ — auntemma @ 2:28 pm
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It has been proven that reading is a vital tool need in building a child’s developmental skill which also serves as a rewarding activity both personally and intellectually. Experts recommend reading to your child daily for at least 15 minutes a day.

Reading also helps foster an appreciation for entertainment and educational values found in books, increases their vocabulary, fires imagination skills and introduces new concepts as well as experiences.

According to the national academy of eduction and the national institute of education, a study examined in improving child development and literacy concluded that the single most important thing parents and teachers of early learners can do to build literacy skills in children is to read aloud to them.

A child’s brain makes the most connections among its cells before the child turns 10. This is also the time when he/she is able to absorb learns language best. So from infancy, we need to take full advantage by helping a child develop effectively by reading. A baby’s brain thrives on stimulation and develops at a phenomenal pace, nearly 90% of the first five years of its life. The best and easiest time to learn a language is during the infant and toddler years when the brain is creating thousands of connections, allowing the child to learn both the written word and spoken word simultaneously.

“Your Baby can read” is a one of the most talked about and most effective programs available for your little improve reading and language skills. Its a complete 5-level DVD early language development system that contains 5 DVD’s, 5 sets of sliding word cards, 5 lift-a-flap books e.t.c the programs are fun and engaging and they introduce early learning concepts like colors, numbers, patterns, shapes, prepositions and music all proven to be effective in helping broaden a child’s developmental skills.

I recommend the “YOUR BABY CAN READ” program, visit the website


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