Multiply The Benefits

Setting aside specific times of the day and evening for dedicated reading times develops a routine that will be carried well into adulthood by children. In addition, making weekly trips to the local library and getting children involved in the process of checking out books and returning books can work wonders for improving overall general speech and language abilities. Most importantly, taking the time to read with children can quickly multiply the benefits of reading and comprehension. It is this combined interaction when reading that allows children to ask questions and better understand all aspects of reading, speech and language.