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Educational Books For Early Readers

By Author: Antonio Bristow
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The benefits of introducing your kid to educational books during the early years of his childhood are invaluable. It undeniably has a significant impact on your child's reading and speaking abilities later on in life. By encouraging your kid read educational books you are not only setting him up for success in word recognition and comprehension, but also paving a way for a successful adult life. In a nutshell, educational books open up new world and opportunities for your child.

Now the question arises- what's the best place to find educational books? One place to get hold of the best educational books is public libraries. Libraries often have a huge collection of reference books, such as encyclopedias that kids can read to know new things and also get help for their homework.

You can find educational books on the Internet. Some are free to read, while others may cost money. Internet is the best option for the parents who haven't got time to head to a library or bookstore. There are a number of safe and easy-to-use web sites that allow access to free books online. You can download the book or can read it online with your kid.

When selecting educational books for your child it is important to consider his interests and the subject matter of the text. Also, it is important to consider which grade your kid is in. For instance, if your kid is in the first weeks of kindergarten, then books that stimulate language development in children are the best ones to choose. Wordless books, such as Black On White by Tana Hoban and Pancakes for Breakfast by Tomie dePaola' are favorites of young children because these books tell stories by using vivid illustrations that keep the little ones engaged. They can follow the plot without decoding the words, and, of course, these books fuel your child's imagination to interpret the author's ideas in his own way.

For older ones (Ages 3 -5) picture books with basic vocabulary that use a simple yet repeated pattern or rhyme are best buys. Kids at this age like to repeat simple phrases. Dr Seuss' One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish has a collection of easy tongue twisters that will amuse the little ones.

Author's Bio: Antonio Bristow has written self-published articles on how kids can benefit from educational books. In this article he gives us an insight into the factors one should consider before buying books for children. For more details, visit http://www.learningtime.in/products/total_development_program

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