The neuropsychologist and author of ‘Give me your hand’, María Luisa Ferreros, explains everything that parents and children can do if they read aloud.
Reading aloud is one of the best plans you can carry out with your children. “This activity helps minors to improve memory, concentration, observation, listening, stimulates imagination, critical thinking, increases vocabulary” comments child neuropsychologist specialized in neuropsychology María Luisa Ferreros.
One of the things that this practice gives you is awareness of what you are reading. When a child reads aloud, they are simultaneously stimulating the ear canal, which makes this practice a multi-sensory stimulation.
Intonation, pronunciation, tone… Allows minors to give meaning to the text and is what allows them to generate connections with the person that is reading.
In addition, this activity encourages the habit of reading, the love of books and good memories.
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Por: Carlota Fomiyana