Raising Confident Readers: How to Teach Your Child to Read and Write -- from Baby to Age 7

Raising Confident Readers: How To Teach Your Child To Read And Write -- From Baby To Age 7

A new book that's a must for moms of young children who want to give them a lifelong love of reading and writing.

Description: "Raising Confident Readers" is the first guidebook for parents to offer reading and writing development tips, games, and activities you can do with your baby and young child. According to Dr. Richard Gentry, one of our leading childhood literacy experts, babies can draw pictures (prewriting) and create narratives at between 2 and 3 years of age. A young child who is stimulated with targeted activities early and often can be reading, writing, and illustrating elaborate stories by age 4 or 5. Why does this matter? Because studies show that when reading and writing are taught to children starting at birth, their neural pathways develop in different ways. They are more intelligent, have a 32-million-word advantage by kindergarten over children who did not get this exposure, and are less likely to develop learning problems such as dyslexia. This is one of the best books for mothers of young children, because Dr. Gentry blends new findings about early brain development with fresh, original, and fun activities you can do with children starting at infancy through first grade that help them be smarter, more curious, more confident learners.

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