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Establish a relaxing, age-appropriate bedtime routine that is the same every night so that children can associate the steps with sleep.
Judith Parke, from the National Literacy Trust (NLT), said: "Reading a regular bedtime story to children is a simple activity that encourages children to enjoy reading and gets them into good reading habits that will set them up for the future.
IT BOOSTS PARENTCHILD BONDING THE research found more than half of parents (60%) use books as a way to get their children to open up to them, to find out how they're feeling and spark conversations, while 54% of parents believe setting time aside to Sharing a book be a good way start conversations read to their children at bedtime brings them closer together and is vital for their bonding time.
IT ENCOURAGES THEM TO TAKE UP INDEPENDENT READING WHEN you read bedtime stories with your child, it makes them more likely to read by themselves too, often sparking a lifelong love of books.
IT BOOSTS PARENTCHILD BONDING THE research found more than half of parents (60%) use books as a way to get their children to open up to them, to find out how they're feeling and spark conversations, while 54% of parents believe setting time aside to read to their children at bedtime brings them closer together and is vital for their bonding time.
She, therefore, advised small, high-protein snack like nuts instead of carbohydrate at night before bedtime.
Perhaps you could try babysitters again, but start by going out early, having a meal and returning for bedtime. When your daughter is more used to it, then stay out longer and leave bedtime for the babysitter.
It seems the call 'Alexa, read a bedtime story' is becoming the norm in many a household, with a quarter of parents admitting to replacing books with technology.
Panda (9781338275957, $16.99) reviews bedtime rituals for Mr.
An elementary school principal from Beaumont, Texas has gone the extra mile for her young students by reading books on Facebook, to make sure they have a bedtime story for the night.
BEAUTY and the Beast star Luke Evans will read a CBeebies bedtime story on Valentine's Day.
Evans, who was photographed in an armchair with plush versions of both animals on his lap under a blanket, said: "Filming CBeebies Bedtime Stories was such a pleasure - what a fun experience!