Applying Interactive Reading in Everyday Life

From the PBS.org post by Jason Boog, author of ““Born Reading: Bringing up Bookworms in a Digital Age”:

“Research has shown that interactive reading can increase a kid’s IQ by six points or more. It is a wonderful and free way to make a real difference in a child’s life.”

Tablettoddlers couldn’t agree more.

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