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Read her story, she'll be better off!

Since then, we encourage all parents to read more about the little ones. It has now been proven that it will be effective until adulthood.

Read her story, better learning!

Children who read stories regularly will benefit from this in the long run, and the more they read to them, it turns out from a German survey that not only do they have a social skill, Boys and children of low-skilled families, in particular, enjoy reading fairy tales, says the German edition of Die Welt. In one survey, a large number of children, aged between 10 and 19, and their mothers, selected from a representative sample, completed the survey.
Children who have read in their mother tongue and math subjects when they were young, score up to 0.4 mark higher. This was especially evident in the low-skilled families. The boys they read are 20 percent more likely to read the books themselves than the ones they haven't read. There are more people who have read about sports or music.

You can't read, you need to tell her!

In Germany, the story of reading a fairy tale is over. The organizers insist that parents do not stop reading the story as soon as the child learns to read it. Instead, they suggest a more continuous transition between the two. Moreover, the essential benefit of reading is the time spent together. And even the best audiobooks can't beat that.

Love the book!

When she's reading well, she's happy to read the book if she saw it from her parents and siblings all her childhood. But kids who fail in the reading area will find it harder to make fun of the book, even for their good example.
A couple of years ago, the Institute for Educational Research and Development - National Pedagogical Library and Museum has created a website to help educators and parents find the most motivating ways to read. The primary purpose of this site is to enjoy reading in a playful way with both the little ones and the bigger ones.
THE childhood reading experiences play a key role in personal development. Students reading more readily perform better both in education and in the world of work. It is a common experience that children over the age of 10 read less. According to the international text-translation survey conducted among 15-year-olds, the reading ability of Hungarian students hardly reaches the average level.
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