Reading Books for 5 Year Olds: ninciclopedia.orgSkip to main content Reading Books for 5 Year Olds. In stock. My 4 year old is prehaps a bit young for these right now but will be just perfect for when she starts school in sept Anything princess goes down a treat in our house :. Add to Basket.
Reading Books for 5 Year Olds
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Experts have called on the government to make story time an intrinsic part of the school day for children right up to their teens, after two major new pieces of research revealed a decline in both the number of children being read to daily and the number reading for pleasure by themselves. A second major survey of 27, children and young people, carried out by the National Literacy Trust ahead of World Book Day on Thursday, found that the number of eight to year-olds reading for pleasure has now dropped to The majority of boys and over half of girls in every age group said they preferred screentime to reading. Experts say reading aloud to children, free from accompanying work or exercises, is key to fostering reading for pleasure. A National Literacy Trust study found that children who enjoyed reading were significantly less likely to have mental health problems , while the Centre for Longitudinal Studies found in that reading for pleasure has a four times greater impact on academic success than one parent having a degree. Ideally, she said, this should run into their teens. But just as importantly, we need to give children and their teachers and parents time to read.
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