1. Don't expect your toddler to sit still for a bookToddlers need to move, so don't worry if they act out stories or just skip, romp, or tumble as you read to them. They may be moving, but they are listening.
2. Recite rhymes, sing songs, and make mistakes!Pause to let your toddler finish a phrase or chant a refrain. Once your toddler is familiar with the rhyme or pattern, make mistakes on purpose and get caught.
3. Choose engaging books
4. Keep reading short, simple, and oftenToddlers frequently have shorter attention spans than babies. Look for text that is short and simple. Read a little bit, several times a day.
5. Encourage play that involves naming, describing, and communicatingSet up a zoo with all the stuffed animals. Stage a race with the toy cars. Put your toddler in charge and ask lots of questions.
6. Every day is an adventure when you're a toddlerChoose books about everyday experiences and feelings. Your child will identify with the characters as they dress, eat, visit, nap, and play.
7. Ask questionsTake time to listen to your toddler's answers. Toddlers have strong opinions and interesting ideas about the world. Encourage your toddler to tell you what he or she thinks. You'll build language skills and learn what makes your toddler tick at the same time.
8. Play to their favoritesRead favorite stories again and again. Seek out books about things your toddler especially likes — trains, animals, the moon. These books may extend a toddler's attention span and build enthusiasm for reading.
9. Not having fun?Try a different story or a different time during the day. Reading with a very young child is primarily about building positive experiences with books, not finishing every book you start.
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