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10 Reasons You Should Read Aloud to Big Kids, Too

Everyone likes a good story. Regan McMahon of Common Sense Media breaks down the benefits of reading aloud to your kids, even when they can do it themselves. Every parent knows that it's good to read to kids when they're little. It helps babies, toddlers, and preschoolers develop spoken language, recognize letters and words, and get ready for kindergarten. But it's actually beneficial to read to kids even after they can read on their own.
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