Books to become a part of your Home
"If you want your children to be Intelligent, read them fairy tales.If you want them to be more intelligent, read them more fairy tales." -Albert Einstein.
Create Book Shelves
Use shoe shelves and racks to fill it with quality reading materials. Place a book shelf by the kitchen table and one next to your child’s bed.
Keep them Attractive
keep these shelves as attractive as it can be, instead of the usual monotonous ones to seed the habit of reading. Color the bookcases with shades deeper than the room color; for more effectiveness try arranging it with solid colored items like a vibrant vase or attractive iron works.
Invest in Reading Light
Implant the habit of reading and insist your children on spending a few minutes reading in bed every day before falling asleep. By placing a reading light near their beds, they’re able to turn out the light without having to get out of bed to turn off the overhead light, and if they read longer.
Extend Bed time
Bedtime is a great time to spend a little extra time reading together. If you aren’t comfortable letting your kids stay up later, start their bedtime routine 20 minutes earlier to allow for reading time.