SO, you want to know How to Introduce Toddlers and Babies to Books!!In this post Lit For Books will share proven and research driven strategies that will make teaching your baby to read a fun and exciting bonding exercise.

Here at Lit For Books, we understand the importance of early childhood literacy. As former educators, we know that the first step to building a positive relationship with reading is introducing it early in the child’s life and in a fun and interactive way. Read below for best practices

A Few Minutes at a Time is OK. Don’t Worry if You Don’t Finish the Story.
Talk or Sing About the Pictures. …
Let Children Turn the Pages. …
Show Children the Cover Page. …
Show Children the Words. …
Make the Story Come Alive. …
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Fuzzy Socks book by Brianca Jay Hadnot

As you embark on this exercise, know that whether it be a minute or an hour. What is important is that you show up. Keep the exercise fun and light, and know that children are always learning and copying our actions. As a parent, you can mimic the skills you want to see in your child. For example, Have a reading time, where you both read silently. The child will look at how you interact with books for clues of appropriate behaviors to follow.

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