Read Aloud to Your Kids EVERYDAY! Here is Why

by ParentCo. July 06, 2016

Troubling New Study on Reading Aloud | BookSpring ...the report shows that fewer than half (46%) of parents read aloud to their children every day, and only 34% do so for at least 15 minutes. “We think if parents truly grasped the amazing, and finite, window of opportunity they have to shape their child’s brain for the better, they would do it”- says Dr. Candace Kendle Nearly 40% of parents who aren’t reading aloud said they just “can’t find time in the day” and BookSpring is proud to help them find new and exciting ways to make reading aloud an everyday and fun activity.
Source: Troubling New Study on Reading Aloud | BookSpring



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