February 1 - World Read Aloud Day Reading to children is a simple habit that can have a profound impact on their development. By exposing children to books and stories, parents and caregivers can help them build a strong foundation for future academic success, foster creativity, and create a lifelong love of learning. Here are just a few of the many benefits of reading to children. Improves language and vocabulary skills: Reading to children helps to expand their vocabulary and improve their language skills. Children who are regularly read to, are exposed to a greater variety of words, which can lead to better communication skills and improved language proficiency Increases attention span and focus: Reading to children can help them develop focus and attention span. By listening to stories, children must concentrate and pay attention, which can improve their ability to focus on tasks and activities later in life. Enhances creativity and imagination: Reading to children stimulates the
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Why Distance Education - A Parent's Point of View At Jubilee Christian College, we have been boasting for years about the clear advantages of Distance Education for families and for students alike. Research very clearly shows that when families choose Distance Education, there is an increase in children's confidence in learning and independence, as well as more parental involvement and enhanced understanding of their children's learning. Distance Education allows families more flexibility in their schedules and time frames, which is appreciated by families both in rural and residential areas. However, you don't just have to take our word for it. We recently had an opportunity to spend the morning with one of our families. Take a look at what Kelly has to say about Jubilee Distance Education.