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    To Read to Children or Not to Read to Children Over the years as many things in the world have changed there has been one favored child-parent bonding activity that has stuck around through all the changes which is known as parents reading to their children. According to Kun-Hung Cheng and Chin-Chung Tsai, an idea offered by Fletcher and Reese, 2005 that the three modules of a parent, children, and picture book provide the foundations for practicing effective picture book reading indicates the

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    more you read, the more things you know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go” –Dr. Seuss. Dr.Seuss could not be any more right. It is often said that once you find the right book, you could go anywhere. Literacy is one of the most important things that a child could ever learn. In order to succeed in society today, one must be able to read, write, speak and even listen. There has been great debate over the different approaches when it comes to teaching children how to read. This essay

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    facility will teach you and your child the importance of reading. Of course, learning to read doesn’t only allow your child to hear stories. Your child will benefit from reading in the following extraordinary ways. Excel Academically Teaching your child to read at an early age will not only teach them to love stories, but it also benefits your child’s academic future. Toddlers and preschoolers who begin to read early will increase their learning aptitude, which will help them excel academically once

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    Kids nowadays are taught to read and write in kindergarten. Some say that is the right way to teach kids. People often learn to read and write when they are older, but the meaning is never the same for a 13 year old vs. a 20 year old. What about the meaning is different for an older person that it is not to a younger person? When somebody learns to read and write at an early stage of life; it is much more beneficial to the subject than learning at an older age the reason behind has to do with how

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    tales. Some people may think that fairytales are horrible for children because these stories are too scary to read and they are more grown-up than kid friendly. However, fairy tales are not as horrible as some people might think. I strongly believe that children should be read fairy tales because they boost children's imagination, teach them right from wrong, and they develop critical thinking skills. Fairy tales should be read to children because these stories boost their imagination. It states in

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    or possibly you don’t love to read yourself. Whatever the case one fact remains true. There is a high percentage of younger children who don’t like to read, now more so than past years. Many believe they understand why. A great deal of parents look up “How to get my child to read,” but they don’t always know why their child won’t. How can parents affect the way children view reading? Well, let’s begin with the basics and ask a simple question, “Why are children no longer interested in reading

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    publisher Scholastic and managed by YouGov, found that only 51% of children said they love or like reading books for fun, compared to 58% in 2012, and 60% in 2010. In 2014, 37% of children said they like reading a little, and 12% said they did not like it at all” (Flood “Sharp Decline In Children Reading For Pleasure, Survey Finds”). So the majority of students just read what they have to read as a school assignment. As a result, children will lose the key to open the doors of knowledge, which they can

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    Can babies learn to read fluently before they reach school age? This is the question that most new-age parents are wanting the answer to. In today’s society, companies have introduced different means that are said to help children expand their vocabulary, thus enabling them to learn to read and be able to identify words as early as 2 years old. One of these formulas are a series of videos and multimedia toys known as Baby Einstein. Baby Einstein is said to be able to teach children everything they would

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    1. Define phonemic awareness. What skills are important in the instruction of phonemic awareness? a. Phonemic awareness is the ability to hear, isolate, identify, and manipulate the discrete sounds of language, this only involves the sounds of speech and not the letters or words. b. The skills important when instructing phonemic awareness are concepts of print, recognizing/producing rhyme, syllable tasks, blending syllables, phonemic tasks and onset and rime (word families). When instructing phonemic

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    “Why is it important for children to read at home?” Learning to read is a complex task, and each child learns at his/her own pace. Even though children truly learn to read at school, it does not diminish the importance of reading at home. Parents spend so much time choosing all the right schools and making sure teachers are exceeding expectations. When as parents you have the power to boost your child’s learning by simply making books an integral part of their lives. The evidence about the benefits

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