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7 Times of the Day to Read With Your Preschool Child

 

Finding the time to sit down and read a good book with your preschool child is not always an easy feat. Whether you’re tied up with household chores or spend your days out at work, sometimes it seems like there aren’t enough hours in the day to get everything done.

However, while studies into education consistently show that preschool enrolment can boost a child’s vocabulary and comprehension skills, reading a book with your child at home can also be highly beneficial for development of their literacy abilities.

So, with this in mind, let's take a look at 7 times of the day in which parents can try and enjoy reading with their preschooler when not spending time at our San Mateo, Oakland or Pacifica preschools.

Want to find out more? Click here to read our post filled with easy reading tips for parents of preschool children.

7 Easy Reading Tips for Parents of Preschool Kids

Learning to read is an important developmental milestone in a child’s life. This complex literacy skill requires children to recognise letters and match these with their corresponding sounds all the while combining these sounds with words and mentally storing the definitions of these structures.

3 Preschool Books for Building Character

Research shows that reading aloud to your child regularly is the most important way to help children learn to read. Preschool programs like Kids Konnect use stories to help teachers have conversations about character traits such as compassion and perseverance. Parents can use reading for building character with these 3 books: