Parenting Tips to Introduce Toddlers to Books

Posted on Nov 01, 2017 by ALANA

To maximize the joy of learning and reading,   reading skills needs to be inculcated among children earlier in life. It develops their love for books, they seek fun in reading and it nurtures their lifelong connection with books. When children share a positive feeling with books, they generate feel-good hormones. When they read they get motivated and thereby venture in reading read more books and other literacy material as they grow, explains one of the most popular senior psychologist and parenting expert in Delhi.


Let us find more tips on parenting that would help you to introduce books to your toddlers and enhance their joy of learning and early literacy skills as explained by top parenting experts:


Few minutes  


The idea is to expose them to literature reading early. It is explained by parenting experts that young children can only hold attention and sit only for few minutes at a time. You do not have to read the entire story at one go and you are not necessarily required to read all the pages. Few minutes each day is enough, explains a veteran parenting expert giving one of her favorite tip on parenting.


Talk


Not always is it important to read the words to tell a story. You may try reading pictures in a book. It simply means to describe the picture and read the footnote attached.Just talk about it, explains renowned parenting experts giving expert tips on parenting. 


Turn the pages 


To make a connection with books, it is not always necessary to read it. While babies and 18 months old can simply see the pictures and flip the pages of the book, a 3-year-old can certainly sit and recognize alphabet and turn the pages alone. Make children see and turn the pages, advice senior parenting expert, and founder of one of the most popular preschool in Delhi.


Attract them  


Every storybook has an attractive and colorful cover page, ask them to guess what the story might be before they even flip the pages. Try to create their interest in this manner, so that they become even more eager to read and see what’s inside the book, writes one of the most popular parenting expert offering best parenting tips to urban parents in one of her popular books.


  Make the story come alive


Creating vivid voices for various characters and using your body language to make these characters come alive is a beneficial way to enhance their creativity and imagination.Use props, intonation, and make the story come alive, recommends one of the popular parenting experts in a seminar happened in Delhi recently.


 


Few other parenting tips on book-reading are - showing your kids the actual words as you read by pointing the finger at them, also make it personalized by connecting it with your family, make them memorize a story and tell it to everybody over a family event, etc. All the best!

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