Reading books to your child is SO important. Not only does it improve literacy skills, creativity, and comprehension, but it also provides a wonderful bonding activity.
Reading to your child
As you read to your child, ask him or her questions about the story. This helps your child understand the content, as well as the concept of “plot”. Children often want to read the same book over and over again.
This is fine! It just means that they are enjoying the language used, and appreciating the story. Even before your child can actually read, you should ask them to “read” the story to you. Likely, they have memorized most of the words. However, the act of reading the words out loud while looking at them is improving their skills.
Having Your Child Read to You