Inspiring young readers: the role of book chat

Professor Teresa Cremin
01 December 2020
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Parents who regularly read with their children are actively supporting their language and literacy development. International research evidence confirms that when parents read to children, and read with them, this supports their desire and capacity to read by themselves. This is in part because reading together with your child creates a special space and time in which you can relax, give them your full attention, share your thoughts and feelings, and have fun and chat together.

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