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Published on May 15, 2019
'One day when Pooh Bear had nothing else to do, he thought he would do something, so he went round to Piglet's house to see what Piglet was doing.'
This is the second classic children’s audiostory about Winnie-the-Pooh and his friends in the Hundred Acre Wood. In this volume Pooh meets the irrepressible Tigger for the first time, learns to play Poohsticks and sets a trap for a Heffalump.
Listen and learn: why audiobooks are great for your child!!!
Whether your child is a voracious reader or is horrified at the suggestion of picking up a book, audiobooks could have some surprising benefits. Audiobooks can improve your child’s reading by increasing his exposure to a range of vocabulary and syntax and helping him to engage intellectually with the content. And with research suggesting that children’s listening skills are becoming poorer, with a knock-on effect on academic success, audiobooks could help your child become a better listener. Audiobooks also enable your child to discover stories that exceed his actual reading age. Children develop literacy at different rates, but audiobooks can help them access stories that would be too advanced for them to read. All children can benefit from listening to audiobooks, but they may be of particular advantage to reluctant readers. They get to hear the story in real time, rather than it becoming disjointed as they struggle through the text. It gives them the opportunity to become absorbed in the book. Audiobooks can also help children who find reading tedious. They’re great for restless children because they can be doing something else at the same time. It’s quicker to listen to a story than to read it yourself. Plus University of Memphis research shows that we’re more likely to persevere with an audiobook that doesn’t immediately grab us than we would with a book, so they could help build stamina for stories if your child loses interest in books quickly. So when and how can you use audiobooks? You can listen any time: in the car, the bath, at bedtime to help your child wind down, or just have one on in the background during the day. Children go through phases when they’re less interested in reading, so listening to audiobooks can keep up their exposure to literature. But while audiobooks can buy you some peace and quiet, listening with your child is beneficial, too. It can be a good bonding experience, and improve your own storytelling skills. Research also suggests that to help your child get the most from an audiobook, it’s important to ask questions about the story, boosting critical thinking skills.
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