Getting started and then maintaining attention and effort to tasks. Ignoring external distractions.
Reading an e-book engages children in a single activity -- reading -- which demands good concentration and an attention to detail. Highlighting and note-taking can help with comprehension, and requires your child to key-in on important passages and segments. Since reading is a prolonged activity, the ease of using a Kindle can help keep children engaged and attentive towards a single endeavor over an extended period of time.
Understanding our own actions, thoughts and feelings.
Reading can open up children to new experiences, broaden their outlook on the world and offer opportunities for emotional growth. Through reading a variety of e-books, children will begin to discover their own abilities and personal preferences. The constantly growing e-book selection provides endless opportunities for exploration, and the connivence of an e-reader like Kindle makes acquiring and completing new texts easier than ever.
Children who are not normally motivated to read may find Kindle's technology and enormous variety in genres appealing. With the number of customization options available on the Kindle for struggling readers, children who would normally avoid reading may benefit from an added incentive to tackle a new short story, graphic novel, or traditional novel. There variety of e-books, and their accessibility make it easy for children to practice reading about subjects that interest them.
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