When you go to the library or bookstore, how do you know which books cialismax match your child? First, your children will have a few ideas, so ask them. Their reading interests and needs will change as they grow.
Here are some things to look for to help you choose.
Remember that there is a difference between books you read to them and books they read independently.
clear, colourful and engaging pictures
simple, fun plots
rhymes and repetition, easy to repeat
stories that in courage questions and ideas about the world
concepts around letters, numbers, shapes and colours
characters around child’s age
animal characters that grab attention
words and pictures that match
topicbooks with large pictures and 1-4 words per page
booksets that are graded from easiest to easier to easy
colourful illustrations that bring text to life
largepictures and 1-2 sentences
frequently used words – example: the, is, he, she
books that interest
fiction and non-fiction
gradedability from easy to moderate to extending
increasinglevels of word knowledge and reading ability