Even if your infant is still at the stage of drooling on book covers and not staying still, there are still benefits of being read to, even if the babies are not yet at the stage to appreciate it!
1. Greater Language Development 2. Building Thinking and Comprehension Skill 3. Develop an Interest in Some Book 4. Develop Good Listening Habit 5. It Triples Their Resilience 6. Learn Sight Words Faster
One of the key benefits of reading aloud to your child is boosting their language development. Even if your baby doesn’t yet know the alphabet, they still learn new words through repeated exposure.
Books help kids learn about the world around them, and what more fantastic way to pass the time than with a good storybook. Even if your child doesn’t understand the story or cannot read yet, reading aloud helps them develop an interest in books from a young age.
The skill of listening may seem underappreciated in a time when we get bombarded with fast-paced, multi-tasking demands and technology, but it is crucial for learning. Listening is a skill that requires practice and attention, so reading aloud can help your child develop good listening habits from an early age.