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A child who reads for 20 minutes a day, scores in the 90th percentile on standardized tests. Compare this with the average of a student who reads only five minutes a day, whose average scores are in the 50th percentile.  Of course, five minutes spent reading every day is better than one minute or no reading at all; children who are deprived of the joy of reading score in the 10th percentile on standardized tests. Now how sad is that?

Studies show that children that are engaged in reading activities early, even before preschool, are bound to do better in all levels of education later in life. Research also shows that learning with the help of rhymes enhances phonetic awareness in children. This means that that a child exposed to rhymes gains the ability to break words into smaller parts; this promotes spelling, reading and writing skills.

Start today! Read to or with your kids! Encourage your friends to do the same.
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