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Children Who Are Read Stories
Do Better In School.
WHAT THIS E-COURSE IS ABOUT
This is a stand-alone e-course that can also be used as a prequel to the course How to Create and Record Audio Memoirs for your Grandkids & Loved Ones.
The goal of this course is to teach you everything you need to know about choosing age appropriate and subject matter appropriate stories and books to read and/or record for your grandchildren. Stories for babies, toddlers, elementary aged children and teens are covered in this course.
You will also learn how to search for copyright-free stories online, the difference between Public Domain and Creative Commons, and what stories you can and cannot legally record in audio format.
This course provides links to free stories online, and gives you some story topic suggestions with grandma and grandpa as the subject, to get you started.
Also included is a Grandchild Reference Sheet that you can download and fill out as you go through the course.
This E-Course is packed full of useful information that you will be able to use from the time your grandchildren are babies until they are out of high school.
CHOOSING THE RIGHT STORY TO READ TO YOUR GRANDCHILDREN WILL ENSURE THEIR LOVE OF READING
Better Speech Skills - Hearing the rhythm of language trains your grandchild's brain to proper grammar and phrasing, making them more able to express themselves verbally.
Academic Excellence - They have a higher aptitude for learning in general. If your grandchild can put together words and sentences by seeing them on the page and hearing you read them, they can more easily grasp science, math and social studies when they are first introduced in elementary school.
Better Communication Skills - By witnessing the interaction of characters in books your children will develop important communication skills.
Develops Logical Thinking Ability - Improves your grandchild's critical thinking skills through new concepts.
Increased Concentration - Children develop self-discipline when they sit to listen to a story, and increase their attention span. Increased focus leads to improved memory retention and success in all areas of life.