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“It's good to read”

published 27/06/2001

AdvantagesA child who can read can always do something on that quiet day and when they are not well


...It is a well understood fact that a child who can read well will do better in their education than one who does not read. Childrens literacy is very important. As a parent it is quite important to do your best for your child. To encourage your child to read is very important. It is not always easy. Children show interest in books at different ages or not at all. My oldest child is a girl...

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“Let our children read”

published 07/03/2004

Advantageseducative, relaxing, fun, cheap

Disadvantagesnone that I know

...myself comfortable, make sure I have a drink beside me, how much more relaxed can you be? - Fun (depending on what you read) So from a personal point of view, I think reading is important. Now to get back to the subject of this debate, what is the best way to encourage children to read? - Give them a book from a few weeks old. From birth, children get given rattles and other toys, because we...

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AdvantagesGreat for young readers

DisadvantagesA little simple so only used for a short period

...perfect for early readers. There are stories where my little girl is disappointed they are over too quickly and wishes there was more to them, but generally the short, sweet words keep her happy and make her want to read more. As we progress through the book we are introduced to more new words, and the stories do get slightly longer. This is perfect for children who are building confidence, and like my...

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