Interrupting Chicken

Kelley Buchheister Author
03/24/2020 Added
145 Plays


Listening to stories provides a number of cognitive benefits. Getting your children actively involved in reading stories aloud can strengthen children's visualization, comprehension, and vocabulary. And, even more important, snuggling up with a good book provides security and emotional support. So, get together and read a story--develop character voices, create sound effects, make connections, or share a laugh. Don't be afraid of interruptions, your child's connections and questions are powerful opportunities to make the story even more meaningful. Get more ideas for reading aloud here:

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