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Early Readers ‘More Likely’ To Succeed Academically, Says


Children that learn to read at an early age are more likely to succeed academically than their peers, according to language development site (

(8 December 2008) - - Child that learn to read at an early age are more likely to succeed at school and in further education as compared to their counterparts, according to a statement from language development site

According to a spokesperson from, children that read early become more self-confident in later life, which could have a direct effect on employability when combined with the positive academic implications of learning to read at a younger age.

Juan Salvo of ( said through encouraging children to read and learn, parent’s can help ensure a lifelong interest in education whilst promoting self confidence in their child.

“Nurturing our children intellectually from a very early age is a sure-fire way of aiding language acquisition and development, and can have a marked effect on academic ability at school and beyond. At, we recommend the Your Baby Can Read program, a series of resources targeted towards improving the development of children from ages 0-5.”

“It really is never too early to start reading with your child, and studies have shown that those that do read early are more self-confident and do better in school that later developers. Therefore, we owe it to our children to give them the best start possible, as soon as possible with the Your Baby Can Read programme. In the run up to the festive period, I could think of no better Christmas gift for a parent that Your Baby Can Read.”

The Your Baby Can Read program is aimed at babies, toddlers and small children, at an age where we have the highest capacity for language acquisition. These early learning materials are available from

About: ( is an online language development site, promoting the Your Baby Can Read program, designed to help babies and toddlers acquire language and gain an interest in reading and learning. Working to promote early reading and learning in children, attempts to equip parents with the resources to improve their child’s academic ability.


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