Choosing the perfect book for your toddler
Choose the perfect book for your child with this spectacular guide!
Books help to open up the doors to imagination for everyone at any age. From infants to seniors, everyone loves a good book. How do you choose the perfect book for your toddler when it is their time to start reading?
Choosing the perfect book for your toddler is not tricky at all. Toddlers are like a sponge when it comes to knowledge, they want to learn about everything. Once they get to the question stage, you’ll start wishing they’d go back to simply reading. There are a few good tips you may want to remember when choosing the perfect book for your toddler.
No one knows your children better than you do, so what do they like? Many toddlers will have a certain character they are into or a special idea they like. This will give you some valuable insight to choosing the perfect book for your child.
When choosing the perfect book, your child’s age should be the first thing you consider. You want to make sure that the book will not have words in it that are too hard for your child to read or understand.
The subject matter is another aspect to consider when choosing books for your children. You obviously do not want to pick up a horror story for a young toddler or a Dr. Seuss book for an older child. Take the time to look over some books that you are thinking about to make sure they are right for your kids.
Introducing new ideas
Not all the books you choose for your children have to be books that someone else published. Sometimes choosing the perfect book for your toddler may be the one you both create together.
Think about some things that you know your child likes. You both can spend some time together and create a special book just for the two of you. Toddlers love to make things and this could be something they make that they can treasure forever.
Did these tips help you? If you have any additional tips, please share them with us! For more help with phonics, watch this video:
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