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In a 20-year survey of a University of Nevada, Reno Associate Professor recently found that the number of books in a house has shown that to increase the education levels of kids in the house. This means that the distinction in the education levels of the kids between education in a book-less home and a house with 500 books was significant, regardless of the education levels of the mothers.
The fact that a parent can hardly read and write or have a higher degree has not proven to be an important element in their children's schooling. However, having a well-stocked book collection of 500 books has brought up a 3. 2 year old kid in school. Their results suggest that it is a cost-effective way to help these kids achieve success.
It found that the fact that there were only 20 books in the house had a significant influence on a child's move to a higher school. The more books you include, the greater the use. He was impressed by the beneficial effect that books in the home have on children's levels of literacy, which go beyond parents' levels of learning, the country's GNP, the father's profession or the country's politics.
It is interesting to note that the differences in levels of literacy for US-born and Chinese-born babies were only two years or less than two-thirds of the effect that 500 or more books in the house had on them.
Evelyn thinks that books in the house encourage people to read, especially in very young people. Just to talk about the books while the parents are studying, for example, can make a big deal of a difference. In addition, houses in which books are not used for reasoning but for smart conversations are an important part of the children's so-called study strategy.
She says that these abilities even help kids to achieve better results in standardised testing. Did you ever go into a room and forget why? Repeatedly forget "what's-her-name"? Amnesia can occur in many different ways, from the name of a loved one to large.....