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Reading to your children
20 June 2007
While studying children's language development, Susan Colmar found that there are a few key things parents should and should not do when they read to kids.
One of her projects focused on 15 mainly 3- to 5-year-old pre-schoolers with language delay. After their parents made a few tweaks to how and how often they read to their children, there was a significant increase in their language skills.
Susan Colmar's findings about reading styles are also applicable to kids who aren't delayed in their language development.
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