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Benefit your child by reading

Toddlers are a responsive lot: even if they don’t understand what is being said or read, they are perfectly capable of making signs and sounds that imitate their interlocutors. This indicates the beginning of a new curiosity and counts as a first step towards your child’s future literacy.

Reading to and with your toddlers can be a connecting experience, arousing interest and powers of recognition you will be surprised exist at such an age. Here are some surprising responses you can look out for as you read out to your children:

Here are a few simple things you can do to benefit your children by reading:

Recommended books:

Illustrated Mother Goose Rhymes

Dr. Seuss:

Hop on Pop

Go Dog Go

Greeen Eggs and Ham

Benefit your Child by Reading

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Toddlers are a responsive lot: even if they don’t understand what is being said or read, they are perfectly capable of making signs and sounds that imitate their interlocutors. This indicates the beginning of a new curiosity and counts as a first step towards your child’s future literacy.

Reading to and with your toddlers can be a connecting experience, arousing interest and powers of recognition you will be surprised exist at such an age. Here are some surprising responses you can look out for as you read out to your children:


Here are a few simple things you can do to benefit your children by reading:


Recommended books:
Illustrated Mother Goose Rhymes
Dr. Seuss:
Hop on Pop
Go Dog Go
Green Eggs and Ham