Why Frequently Reading To Your Child Accelerates Growth

Why Frequently Readig To Your Child Accelerates Growth And Provide Hidden Benefits
Famous Quote About Reading by Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis
Reading to your child increases mental strength, emotional stability and knowledge. Cultivating these success factors early in a child's life develops the necessary ingredients to make successful decisions and healthy choices.


  • Fostering the relationship
    Studies indicate that consistent reading times reinforce and strengthen the parent-child relationship. Sharing moments of imagination and learning result in a mutually beneficial experience that develops trust, insight, and understanding.
  • Desire to read themselves
    Children learn by example. Your act of reading communicates the importance for growth and instills the habit of voluntary reading, engagement, and concentration.
  • Build vocabulary
    Reading stories of interest to your child stimulates their mental capacity to remember and recall words, which in turn become part of their growing vocabulary.
  • Effective communication
    Language development and comprehension cultivates a greater sense of understanding and helps create habits of effective communication.
  • Self-confidence
    Problem-solving skills are improved as children explore new events and subjects through reading, which contribute, to their overall state of awareness and understanding.
  • Improves attention span and concentration
    Stories engage the interest, curiosity and imagination of a child's mind causing them to focus and devote their undivided attention.
  • Developing reading and writing skills
    The hidden benefits of listening to parents read are that children establish an understanding of grammatical patterns and sentence structure that contribute to their long-term reading and writing skills.