Saturday, August 21, 2010

Read to Your Children. Now.

If you don't think it is important to read to your children. You need to watch this. Too many adults don't like reading so they don't take the time to read to their children.
Well, ask yourself: What do you want for your child's future?
I seriously doubt you answered that question with anything along the lines of poverty, incarceration, welfare dependence, or dropping out of high school.

Watch (if you don't like the intro scroll ahead to about 45 seconds):

Now, Goodnight Moon doesn's sound so bad now, does it?
Go read. Point to the words as you read. Talk about the book when you are done. Sing the ABC song. Point out letters and their sounds when you are out in public. It's not hard to do. 

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