Children have a remarkable ability to fully immerse themselves in books. All you need is to encourage children to read and they will easily become life-long readers. As proved by research worldwide, reading has numerous benefits for children: it improves memory and develops imagination. A recent research by Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center in USA shows that reading aloud to children helps to develop their brain capacities.
United World Cultures Foundation has donated children’s books to Bilochka Klavdiyevo Pre-School Educational Institution and thus we have launched a new campaign Cartload of Books to Kindergarten.
At Bilochka kindergarten, teachers are active introducing kids to books, including the junior group, middle group, and two senior groups. So the idea about bringing some new books has been eagerly supported by the kindergarten’s parent committee.
“A child who doesn’t read yet still can start at this early age to match the visual representation of a word and the way it sounds, which will help him or her more quickly learn to read”, says a young girl’s mother Oksana Markevych.
Teachers usually read books aloud to children in a creative way, trying to render diverse meanings through a huge variety of voice variations and intonations. Indeed, books are full of interesting characters and images worth being properly rendered.
We hope that book shelves in children’s pre-school facilities will see regular inflows, and preschoolers will have new books to learn from. The common mission of every children’s book and of our campaign is not only to educate and entertain, but rather to give a unique opportunity for communication between people by sharing both the knowledge and the emotional charge of love which is equally needed by everyone at any age.