It's never too early to introduce your child to the world of books and stories.
Many studies show that reading to children regularly is one of the best ways to expose them to language, which in turn gives them a social and educational head start. In fact, the more you read to your child, the greater her future reading and cognitive skills will be.
Making books and stories part of your child's everyday routine has significant advantages.
The way your child interacts with stories and the books she enjoys will change and evolve over time. Choose age-appropriate books that are tailored to her developmental stage to maximize her enjoyment. Make storytelling fun and engaging:
Reading together will become a looked-forward to part of your child's day and engender a life-long interest in books, one of the most valuable things you can give her.
Keep reading fun, natural and never hard work. Let her choose books and make them part of her everyday environment, with books in baskets and on low shelves for whenever she wants a browse.