Reading Programmes Promote Critical Thinking in Children

“Reading aloud, with children participating actively, helps children learn new words, learn more about the world, learn about written language, and see the connection between words that are spoken and words that are written.”

Reading aloud to children has been called the single most important activity for building the knowledge required for success in reading,” says Dr Bonnie Armbruster in the book, A Child Becomes a Reader.

There are several programmes in the Ismaili Muslim community designed to bridge that connection in children and inspire them to develop a lifelong love of reading.

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About Ahmad Amirali

I am an educator by profession, pursuing my further career in teaching and learning. I love to read and, even more, love to share what I read.
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