Health Tip: Reading to Baby
(HealthDay News) -- Reading to your infant can help baby develop a lifelong love for books, and it can help your baby grow intellectually and develop.
The Nemours Foundation mentions these additional benefits of reading to baby:
It helps baby learn about communication.
It introduces concepts such as shapes, numbers, letters and colors.
It helps develop baby's vocabulary, listening and memory skills.
It helps baby learn more about the world around him or her.
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