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100 Chapter Books You MUST Read to Your Children!!
At GeekDad we are committed to helping you raise geek generation 2. The social science is in, vocabulary is a major predictor of cognitive development in your children. Reading to them is a great way to get them using the language centers of their brain. Reading aloud to your kids can be a blast. This article has been reproduced in a new format and may be missing content or contain faulty links.
Even with the popularity of Kindles, Nooks, and iPads, I resisted the urge to invest in one of these devices for a long time. I still love the feeling of a real book in my hands; paper, glue, stitching, and all. But there is a website that sparked my interest in digital books. A few months ago, I was introduced to One More Story , an online library of children's literature. Without over-the-top animation or lots of bells and whistles, One More Story makes reading fun and exciting for kids. Through a simple point and click process, teachers, students, and parents can choose a book, admire the illustrations, and listen to the narration of the story as the book is read aloud. Since many of us are using interactive whiteboards in our classrooms, we have the tools to project picture books up on a large screen, making the image big enough so that all of our students can see the illustrations and the text clearly — not just the first few rows of students sitting right by our feet!
My book lists are personal. I have two boys, ages 5 and 9 and I read to them. A lot. I choose their favorite books and I turn them into posts to share with you. I read these chapter books aloud over the past year when my youngest son was 4-turning-5 years old.
Chapter books to read aloud to young kids
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Reading to our children is one of THE most important things we can do as a parent. Reading to our children opens doors, inspires creativity, and sets young minds on the path towards lifelong learning. Love of books is the best of all. I carefully selected each of the books on this list, and chose based on overall appeal, readability, and ability to capture and delight, enthrall, and inspire! And in its place you can install, a lovely bookshelf on the wall. Matilda by Roald Dahl.