The importance of reading
It is a well-known fact that when there were no televisions and computers, reading was a major leisure activity. People spend hours reading books and travel to distant lands – in their minds. The only tragedy is that over time people have lost their ability and passion to read. There are many other exciting and exciting opportunities besides books. And that’s a shame, because reading offers a productive approach to improving vocabulary and word power. It is recommended that you read at least half an hour a day to keep up with different writing styles and new vocabulary.
It is observed that children and teenagers who love to read have comparatively higher IQ. They are more creative and do better in school and college. It is recommended that parents instill the importance of reading in their children in the early years. Reading is believed to greatly help with vocabulary development and reading aloud helps build a strong emotional bond between parents and children. It has been observed that children who start reading from an early age have good language skills and a much better understanding of phonetic variations.
Reading helps with mental development and is known to stimulate the eye muscles. Reading is an activity that involves higher levels of concentration and contributes to the reader’s conversational skills. It is a pleasure that improves the acquired knowledge consistently. The reading habit also helps readers decipher new words and phrases they encounter in everyday conversations. The habit can become a healthy addiction and adds to the available information on various topics. It helps us connect with contemporary writers as well as those of the past, and sensitizes us to global issues.