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Are bedtime stories are for the education of kids?

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waaah baket ako percy jackson and the olympians?hehe preggy pa lang kasi ako nung nagstart ako sa book one and binabasa ko sa kanya nung narelease yung mark of athena this october binasa ko ulit kay baby and i think natandaan niya mga characters kasi tinignan niya ako talaga and parang naexcite sugod sya dun sa book. walang images yung book as in puro sulat pero mukahang super interested si baby minsan dinapaan niya pa yug book akala mo nagbabasa talaga natawa ako sobra..but since about gods and goddesses yung book i try my best to make him understand na iba pa din yung God kesa dun sa mga nasa book sana nga naiintindihan niya..hehe
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My one year old likes to "read" books during play time. She likes Cat in the Hat and touchy feely books. But for bedtime, we read iPad interactive books. I blogged about these here: http://beadbaby.blogspot.com/2012/11/bedtime-buddies.html
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Goodnight Gorilla, yan kasi fave book ng anak ko eh. Walang naration except sa dialogues nung mr and mrs so she love it when I make sounds of animals saying goodnight.
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My baby was exposed to books early. Kahit 1 month palang, I read books to her. She grew fondness for books then. At 4 months, I bought her a book with lots of pictures on it. Then from there, padami ng padami books new and she loves them all up to now. She is already turning two and she would grab my hand just to read books to her. Most of the time, she looks at her books. Memorize na niya lahat. Kaya I need to get new books na. It is a good habit to read books to your kids before going to sleep or even during the day. Make it part of her playtime. I googled for books that would fit baby and made a list of it in my blog since I am planning to buy her new books. http://www.pinkheartstring.com/2013/07/15-books-best-for-toddlers.html
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Re: What books do you read to your babies/children before putting them to sleep?
« Reply #66 on: September 02, 2013, 10:45:52 am »


We used to make it a point to pass by toy stores whenever my baby & I go out. But now, bookstore na ang pasyalan namin! He runs around the bookstore like it's his own library. Haha!

Anyway, though he has a big collection of books, he always go back to his favorite one. I highly recommend this. It's an AniMotion book so your kids would really enjoy seeing the pictures move. The title is "Lights Out, Night's Out". I am actually in search for other AniMotion books. If anyone of you knows where I could buy one, pls let me know. TIA! ❤
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We used to bought books at the Book sale. Usually yung mga Disney princess stories and tuwing bedtime nagbabasa kaming mag ina. Nakakatuwa kasi she loves to read too...
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Princess and bedtime stories :)
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"Si Bituin at ang Malaking Baha" - madalas ko itong pinauulit-ulit basahin sa anak ko (3yrs old), nabasa ko kasi sa isang book about toddlers, mainam ang ganitong gawain para mas tumanim sa isip nila ang mga words o vocabulary nung libro o kwento. Mas mahahasa sila at di mo na mapapansin, masasabayan ka na rin nila sa pagsasalaysay nung kwento. Pag okay na, saka mo naman sya iintroduce sa ibang storybook. :)

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Are bedtime stories are for the education of kids.
« Reply #71 on: September 25, 2016, 10:22:50 pm »

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Rediscover the Forgotten Art of Storytelling

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