Over and over again book
Why kids need us to read the same book over and over again - Cultivated LearningWe often hear about the benefits of reading storybooks at bedtime for promoting vocabulary, early literacy skills, and a good relationship with your child. You both know all the words off by heart. Given activities occurring just before sleep are particularly well-remembered by young children , you might wonder if all this repetition is beneficial. The answer is yes. Your child is showing they enjoy this story, but also that they are still learning from the pictures, words, and the interactions you have as you read this book together. A preference for familiarity, rather than novelty, is commonly reported at young ages, and reflects an early stage in the learning process. For example, young infants prefer faces that are the same gender and ethnicity as their caregiver.
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There are certain books that beg to be re-read again and again throughout your life. By the time I got to college, I fell in love with Tom Robbins. There was something in his microcosmic lyrical prose and witty dialogue that made me keep re-reading Still Life Woodpecker. These days, reading time is precious. There are marches to attend and representatives to call. There is work and everyday life, and it's hard enough finding the time to finish one book let alone finding the time to re-read it. It isn't like playing a song on a loop until you memorize the lyrics.
by Cole McCade (Goodreads Author) And memories of an innocent love with the power to last through time. When Luca Ward was five years old, he swore he would love Imre Claybourne forever.
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Husbands, on the other hand, like to photo bomb nice pictures. As if on cue, that photo-bombing hubby of mine walked past, heard the title and started reciting the book, word-for-word. Greta came running in to see if she was missing out on something exciting. Have any of you noticed how your kids ask for the same book over and over again? My boys even now will do it. I used to let myself get a little annoyed or feel the need to switch out books more often until I read about WHY these repeat readings matter. Studies have shown that vocabulary is the single greatest predictor of success when a child starts formal learning.