EARLY EXPOSURE TO READING: BENEFITS
Exposing children to literacy early (birth to 5) has several benefits:
Brain Development: Reading and being exposed to language at a young age can help with the development of language, cognitive and literacy skills.
Improved Vocabulary: Children who are exposed to literacy early have an increased chance of having a larger vocabulary and stronger language skills.
Better Concentration: Reading to children helps improve their concentration and focus.
Improved Academic Performance: Children who have early exposure to literacy tend to perform better in school and have better overall academic success.
Develops Imagination: Reading books to children can help develop their imagination and creativity.
Provides Cultural Awareness: Reading books from different cultures can provide children with a broader understanding and appreciation of the world around them.
Strengthens Family Bond: Reading together with family can help strengthen family bonds and create special memories.