Usually, kids are not really interested in reading simply because their brain is not developed enough to understand alphabets and sentence structure etc. You can read fluently to a child only when he develops the grasping power. But reading is known to benefit children in many ways. The first and foremost benefit is improvement in the hearing skills of the child. It is recommended that after reading the text to the child ask him/her to repeat it. This will not only improve his...
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