Are you looking to develop some habits in your children that can leave the best impact on their life? Nothing can be better than encouraging their reading nature! And since charity begins at home, you can build this reading habit in them by placing a kids’ dollhouse bookcase in their bedroom or study room.
Research shows that reading skills can develop even in infants, and they can grow if you can meet the basic requirements, like creating the right ambiance for reading in their room. For this, you have to buy a dollhouse bookcase first and fill the shelves with colorful books, so your little ones find the display interesting, and so do books! It will trigger their reading urge.
But you have to choose books correctly since those develop their imagination and creativity, language, and problem-solving skills. Also, the more you will encourage their love for books, the better they will do at school in the future.
So, let’s find what kind of books you should keep in a bookcase and at their what age:
Toddlers:Suppose you have a nine-month-old girl. She is undoubtedly pretty and cute, especially when she coos while getting ready for bed. But have you noticed when you open a colorful book of lullabies by making her sit on your lap and sing how she looks at those pictures? It means toddlers find interest in vibrant and animated books even if they haven’t learned to read!
Pre-schoolers:If your children are from two to six years old, you need to prepare them for school. So, while keeping a kids' dollhouse bookcase in their room to develop their reading nature, fill the shelves with large board books and colorful picture books. The picture books will help their imagination and creativity to expand while relaxing them at the end of the day.
Also, they love reading board books with thick pages with you or their grandparents. In fact, they often read the same book over again and again and narrate the story back to you later. It reflects their love for books!