Invest Your Time Now & It Will Pay Off Later!Mar 3, 2000 Write an essay on this topic.
Sure, it takes time to read to your kids. And, at the end of the day, when you're tired, sometimes the last thing you want is to read that Barney book one more time. The worst are the L-O-N-G ones ("you skipped a page, mommy!") I know; I've been there. I also will read to my children everyday. They are 4 and 16 months. I must admit that I don't read to my 16 month old as much as my four-year-old, so I'm working on that, but it is a worthwhile investment. Take the time now to read to them and in a few years they'll be able to read to themselves. How nice it will be to do your own thing in 5-10 years while your child is quietly reading a book in his or her room. Or how nice for all of you to read together. Take the time now to read to your child and it will pay off in the long run. And, if you have older children, read together as well! Kids love being read to and hearing a lot of the words verbally help them learn quicker. Read to them now and later and let them see you reading. It'll pay off in the long run.
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