All Aboard! Reading Keeps Infants, Toddlers & Preschoolers on Track
Early exposure to books is a simple, highly effective, and enjoyable way to develop and stimulate your child’s mind, while laying the foundation for success in later life. It is never too late or too early to begin a book sharing routine with your little one. The benefits are significant at every stage, from infancy to school age.
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We support thousands of parents and other caregivers across the globe as they work with young children to develop literacy. Our website includes tips for reading with little ones, current research and articles related to early childhood literacy, and recommendations for great book selections.
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Build a diverse library for your little one. This little 'reader' is 16 months old. He likely has a variety of books at his fingertips - some with bright pictures, some with rich text, some with no words at all. Some of his books are big, and some are small, some are thick and some are thin. As he grows and enters elementary school, he will be more open to all the different books that might come his way.
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