In the last post, we learned about the distressing statistics that occur when a nation has low literacy rates. It was not intended to depress anyone, but rather as an acknowledgment of the problem,
and a call to action.
Hopefully, it will light a fire under all of our butts to do something productive about it.
So let’s cut the negativity and discuss the positive reasons why reading is important.
What benefits increase as your child grows?
Well, if you look between the ages two and five, you will notice:
Besides those already listed, as your child ages, other items are worth considering:
Why do YOU believe reading is so important?