4 Reasons why reading is so important for your child with language delays

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  1. It provides exposure to language that your child may not experience on a daily basis.
  1. It helps your child develop understanding of the meaning of words. When a child understands vocabulary and situations, they are able to build the necessary foundation to use these words in their speech.
  1. It provides your child with background knowledge to make sense of what they hear and see in the real world.
  1. It allows your child to visualize your feelings and emotions that go along with what’s happening in the story.