Everyone knows that reading is a β€˜good’ thing to do but what are the benefits of reading for babies and young children? There are loads of studies showing that children who read a lot, or are read to frequently, will make faster progress with literacy when they are school-aged. However, school progress aside, reading and books will introduce your child to so much more than you can show in the everyday: new settings, new vocabulary, new conversational words. With this in mind, it’s good to get into the habit of reading early and to embed the practice of reading into your everyday routine.

When should I start reading to my baby?

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