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Halloween Books for Children

Reading to children is one of the most important, beneficial things that you can do for them. Not only does it provide a time for bonding with your child during a hectic lifestyle, but it helps improve their intelligence and develop skills that will help them develop mentally, emotionally, and socially. Everybody wants their child to succeed in life and by building a strong fundamental reading foundation, you are giving them a great advantage to further themselves and improve their self-confidence at the same time.

EarlyMoments.com provides a list of benefits that highlights the importance of reading to your child. Here are a few of the key benefits:

  • A stronger relationship with you. Parents understand and concentrate on the educational benefits of reading to their child but often times the emotional advantages get overlooked. Our lives are very busy and hectic, and reading helps to carve out time for you to bond with your child without the distractions of life, creating memories and moments that will remain with both of your for a lifetime.
  • Academic excellence. Formal education is often described as working as an onion effect: you need to learn the core before the layers of education are placed on top. Reading to your child help build a high aptitude for learning, as studies have shown that students who are exposed to reading before preschool are more likely to do well in all facets of formal education.
  • The basics of how to read a book. We take for granted the simple things about reading, such as reading left to right in English. These simple ideas are embedded in your child when you read to them, enabling them to have a head start of learning how to read and write.
  • Better communication skills. When you spend time reading to toddlers, they’ll be much more likely to express themselves and relate to others in a healthy way. By witnessing the interactions between the characters in the books you read, as well as the contact with you during story time, your child is gaining valuable communication skills.

 

Our lives are very busy and hectic, and reading helps to carve out time for you to bond with your child without the distractions of life, creating memories and moments that will remain with both of your for a lifetime.

 

We are big advocated of reading to children… it is such an important part of growing up and developing into a well-rounded person. So we figured, what better way to encourage reading to children than by exploring a list of Halloween-themed books for children! Kids love Halloween and by reading books to them about the Trick or Treating and costumes, they will be interested, involved, and encouraged to continue reading time. Look for these books online or in your local library and make sure to carve out some reading time with your kids!

For a synopsis of each book, check out the list of Halloween books from MyBoredToddler.com. Here are a few to get your started:

Don’t forget to share this post with your friends and family, and as always, leave us a note if you read any of these books to your kids! Have a safe and fun Halloween!

 

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