Reading for only 15 minutes a day can expose kids to more than one million words per year. That’s why every minute spent with a book is important.
How much time do your kids spend every day on their way to and from the school? Is it 15 minutes, 30 minutes, an hour or two?
A manufacturer of child safety seats Diono has published an infographic that shows interesting facts about reading in the United States, and encouraging kids to pick up and read a book in the car.
Sometimes the only thing to do is to remind the child to take a book to the car…
Click or tap the infographic to see it in full resolution.
Via Bicultural Mama.
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