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As a mommy to two girls, who are 2 and 5, I find it really important to read to them every single day. I find it increases their vocabulary and imagination. As my 5 year old is entering Kindergarten later this year, I believe now is more crucial than ever, to read to her. We read 20 minutes at least, every single night before bed.

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Terri S

Sunday 15th of June 2014

Those reading statistics are scary! People need to commit to reading at least 1/2 hour a day. Thank you for sharing.


Friday 11th of April 2014

I think people should read more. Real books, paper books.

Sarah Elyce

Wednesday 9th of April 2014

I love this infographic. I think reading, writing, and basic math skills are very important to instill at an early age so that kids can grow into critical thinkers. Not related to reading and writing- but was recently in a graduate level class that had 100/150 in a problem on an exam. No calculators were allowed and only 5 of 38 students could reduce that fraction without the aid of a calculator. That is a sad reflection on our education system.


Monday 7th of April 2014

My mother was a librarian and instilled in my sister and me a love of reading and books.

Deborah D

Sunday 6th of April 2014

I agree with you. Reading is one of the most important things you can do with your child.