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Baby Bookworms! 7 Tips for Reading Aloud to Babies & Toddlers

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Read a Variety of Books


Stock your child's bookshelf with a range of books (fiction and nonfiction), and you'll get a strong start on preparing your child for preschool and kindergarten. Books help toddlers learn all sorts of educational, social/emotional, and life-skills concepts — from letters, rhyming, shapes, and counting to sharing, making friends, using the potty, and overcoming fears.

Next: Go to Story Time!

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