Uncle Rick – The Family Storyteller

Why Audio Books are Great for Kids

  •  Listening to audio books improves the memory
  •  It teaches children to think critically
  •  It stimulates the imagination—little minds construct scenes for themselves instead of depending on electronics
  •  Models good verbal expression
  •  Helps the child understand and enjoy books well above his own reading level
  •  Stimulates conversation between parent and child when they listen together

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1Listening to Uncle Rick audio books increases the child’s vocabulary by exposing him to new words in a context that makes them understandable.
2It stimulates dictionary use because Uncle Rick talks about the meaning of unusual words and encourages his young listeners to go look them up
3Some parents report that when parent and child listen to a book together, they see a side benefit: an easy pathway to important topics of discussion.


Audio books capture a child’s attention. Pamela Varney, a journalist and writer at Harvard University says, “If one thing has struck me about the way people describe listening to audio books, it is the reported intensity of their absorption and the emotional grip of the experience. ‘They go right to your soul,’ says one listener.”


 

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