“Summer slip” is a widespread, informal expression that causes parents and instructors to worry about their students’ development and retention over the two months of summer vacation. This notion of pupils “regressing” from the level they attained after the school year while at home during the summer is anchored in the developmental reality of our young students. Practice is necessary to transform newly acquired abilities into familiar, useable skills and habits. From September through June, kids participate in supportive literacy activities at home and school. Still, they must continue reading during the summer, at the very least, to maintain their development. So why is summer reading so advantageous to your children?
Children beginning to read from a young age is so important for their development and learning, especially as they go through their lower school years. In particular, personalized books are a fantastic way to keep little ones engaged in their reading! From the excitement of being the star of the story to the added activity of spotting their name throughout the pages, you can help your child get the most out of their reading with a book made especially for them. Here are some of the advantages of personalized books for little ones:
Reading is the first step for anybody who’s about to start their learning journey. It is undoubtedly the key to gaining knowledge and understanding the world around us. In the case of children aging from three to five years old, the sooner they develop their reading skills, the better they thrive in their education.
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