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"Is it possible for a child not to read books himself because his mother reads him too much? Perhaps my best intent is to make a mistake?" a mother raises.
How long should a child read a story? Vekerdy answersI was with my mother the other day, and like this one has happened in the past, it has brought several, affecting my children, and has noticed me. One of them is my baby girl, who will be nine in August, 2nd grade, and I always read "her stories" instead. She thinks she doesn't read alone, so she doesn't like to read alone. he hands it, flips it, reads it, but that's all. He likes to go to the library, go through the lines, remove books from the shelf, end pages, and finally he selects all the books he gets home every day. I can do it, I read to her. There is, when she asks, when I get her to come, let's read. I enjoy it very much (I think she too), talk, listen to her. Six weeks a year there were pictures, drawings and short stories. Today it is irrelevant. If he likes a fairy tale, a story, he reads it to me again and again. He had the same book for weeks. " we read "(from a little girl who is getting acquainted with the genres in an old-fashioned library). Although a bit flabbergasted, I always try to read with ease and emphasis. I think this is also due to the fact that we were selected from the class each year at the school to the school sermon competition. I must say again that, unlike his staff, who spoke three, so cleanly, clearly, eloquently, was difficult to understand - even to me - until the age of five. By the age of six, she couldn't speak the "r" sound, but with the help of a kind speech therapist, she had spoken quite clearly by the time she started school. She still speaks relatively little to words. The study of "reading" went (slower) than the average for him, going to this day, for example, the second member pronounces his consonant in the first member, and he also has a loss (as well). So-called cross-domination can be observed: right-handed but left-eyed ...) Nevertheless, I can say that he has improved a lot in reading today, he prefers to read at home at school. to read the book handily, but is it because I read to him and he is not compelled to read it alone? for her, drawing a drawing and drawing for the story. For me, reading this together is a bit like breastfeeding It was such an intimate relationship between us, and I only sucked for six months, and at the age of six I felt like it was just enough and "finished". However, I still don't feel like reading it is time to stop. Tйvednйk? I look forward to your choice! "
Tamás Vekerdy's answer: Let's read to him for as long as he wants!
- Read her story, she'll do better!
- Reading will make your brain "muscular"