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    Reading with Your Child | Reading Rockets

    With this overview, learn why reading aloud to children from an early age is so important, and how to make it a motivating and meaningful experience.

    Early Literacy Statistics and Research from BookSpring

    Also check our Central Texas Reading Survey for recent local data. half of children between birth and five years (47.8%) are read to every day by their parents 

    Reading books early on: the relationship between - UCL Discovery

    Keeping the book interaction to the same limited length for all parents enabled us to measure parent-child interaction in a consistent way. Statistical software SPSS  

    Fifty Top Literacy Statistics - Ferst Readers

    Cognitive processes develop rapidly in the first few years of life. At birth your baby's brain is only 25 percent of its adult size. By age three your child's brain will be 

    Fifty Top Literacy Statistics - Ferst Readers

    Cognitive processes develop rapidly in the first few years of life. At birth your baby's brain is only 25 percent of its adult size. By age three your child's brain will be 

    Study: Reading Books To Your Children Every Day Is Worth A

    10 Apr 2019 A recent Ohio State University study that found reading five books a day to using circulation statistics to determine the 100 most circulated books (usually read to babies and toddlers) and picture books (usually read to 

    Child Development - Reach Out and Read

    Spending time together while reading aloud helps to create strong parent-child bonds and promotes healthy brain development. Children that are read to more 

    Why read to babies and young children? - Scottish Book Trust

    Sharing books and stories with babies and young children is the first step in building a love of reading, and helps them develop early communiion and 

    Why is reading so important? | Pearson UK

    Even before they're born, babies learn to recognise their parents' voices. Reading to your baby from birth, even for just a few minutes a day, gives them the comfort 

    A 'million word gap' for children who aren't read to at home: That's

    4 Apr 2019 Young children whose parents read them five books a day enter the researchers calculated how many words a child would hear from birth 

    Never Too Young: Pediatricians Say Parents Should Read To Infants

    24 Jun 2014 That statistic improves as family income rises. But less than two-thirds of children in families making $95,400 for a family of four are read to daily, 

    4 proven benefits of reading to your baby | NYMetroParents

    23 Jan 2017 Reading books aloud can also help build a child's vocabulary. Children who grow up in homes where they are read to and talked to regularly will 

    Read Early and Often • ZERO TO THREE

    But maybe you feel a little silly reading aloud to an infant? Although it seems babies are too young to enjoy being read to, they're learning something new at 

    Reading storytelling: babies 0-12 months | Raising Children Network

    Reading stories also stimulates your baby's imagination and helps her learn about the world around her. It's a great time for you to bond with your baby and share 

    Read aloud to infants every day, doctors advise - CNN -

    25 Jun 2014 It's hard to keep up with so many statistics about modern parenting, but here's one that floored me when I heard it a few years ago: By 4, 

    How to Help Every Child Become a Reader - Raising Readers

    Nonetheless, the growth in the percentage of children being read to has occured mostly in families least at risk—those at or above the poverty level, those headed  

    Study says reading aloud to children, more than talking, builds

    8 Jul 2015 Reading picture books to babies and toddlers is important, he said, because the earlier children acquire language, the more likely they are to 

    Only half of pre-school children being read to daily, UK study finds

    21 Feb 2018 Parent reading to child. Parents cited We must all act collectively – these statistics show that children's development is at stake,” it said.

    How Reading Can Boost Your Child's Development | HuffPost

    2 Apr 2018 The researchers found that mothers reading to babies during early infancy boosted language, vocabulary, and literacy skills, with results lasting 

    Reading to babies: Study confirms brain benefits - Big Think

    28 May 2019 Parents that read to their toddlers are less likely to exhibit harsh behavior Reading to infants benefits both baby and adult, new research finds The Bureau of Labor Statistics announced on Friday May 8 2020 that the US