As the previously part mentioned, some more tips will be discussed in the next section of the article
Reading slowly and intonation
Not only the content but the way that you transfer it to your baby is also very important. If you rush through a story or read it without intonation, your baby will quickly lose the passion for books.
You should try to with expression and use different voices for each character. Reading with a leisurely pace and pauses will gives your baby time to get what he / she hear, mull it over and imagine the people, places and events.
You can also pose a question or make a comment after reading, it will promote your baby to think, express himself / herself or contact that story with an actual situation in life. You should also monitor your baby’s emotions, sometimes she / he is caught up in the story and does not want to stop.
Choosing books that children love
Regularly reading books to your baby will help you know about the kind of books that he / she love and can understand. You should take your baby to the library, bookstores and let she / he decide to choose any books.
You can suggest your baby to choose the books what related to what happens in the lives of her / him at the time, this will help your baby transition period easier and reduce the fear to what is imminent. These topics such as teaching about things are good, there are more new siblings, adoption or moving to new house…are written in many children’s books.
Never force your baby to read anything and when have to read
Blaming your baby about her / his reading habits can cause she / he to oppose the reading. Many school-age children choose comic books or magazines about the stars to read after finishing homework. You should try not to blame anything anyway because at least they are receiving more information.
Always show your child that you appreciate her / his effort
It is important that you encourage your child to know when you see children enjoy reading. Ask the child to read to you, or a younger child or a special guest is heard. Tell them that you’re reading something and make a positive response.