Is studying equal to reading?
Do you think just studying school text books and curriculum reading materials can cultivate reading habit in your child?
Does the school curriculum cover GK updates, global news for children, new & classic children books well?
If your answer was a loud ‘NO’ and if these questions crossed your mind too, then go ahead and encourage your child to read outside of text books. Throughout a typical day, there are hundreds of opportunities to recognize words and phrases. Challenge your child to find new mediums for reading, whether it’s a billboard, newspaper, magazine, retail store promotional elements or fruit juice tetra pack. This will help your child grasp the significance of reading in the real world and give him a chance to apply what he’s learned.
Introduce your own childhood favorites. Remember those timeless classics you couldn’t get enough of as a kid? Bring them back into the limelight by reading them to your own child. Your excitement for those old beloved stories is sure to rub off on your little one.
The initiative The Child City Children’s Magazine is to create a culture of literacy in early childhood. A digital resource to inspire children, foster curiosity and increases global awareness through a researched & well-crafted content covering current events, world news, stories, activities, reviews of children’s books & movies, snippets on general knowledge, records & discoveries, jokes and riddles.
Benefits of reading:
- Expanded vocabulary and writing skills
- Healthy social and emotional development
- Longer attention spans, promoting better retention of information in school
- Enhanced imaginative and critical thinking skills
- Enhanced memory and higher levels of concentration
The importance of reading to children can’t be disputed. By utilizing literacy resources for children like The Child City magazine, incorporating books as part of your child’s everyday routine, and looking for creative ways to promote reading, you’ll be giving your youngster a head start toward academic success and a rich, vivid imagination.