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Reasons for parents to read to their children in the Netherlands 2017

Why do you read to your child?

Reasons for parents to read to their children in the Netherlands 2017 The statistic illustrates the results of a survey regarding the reasons for parents to read to their children in the Netherlands in 2017. The survey outcome indicates that among the primary reasons for which parents read to their child is to promote linguistic development and because their child enjoys the experience of being read to. Close to 70 percent of respondents indicated that they read to their child in order to expand their vocabulary, whereas less than ten percent of parents indicated that they read to their child because they find reading aloud itself meaningful.
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Why do you read to your child?

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The statistic illustrates the results of a survey regarding the reasons for parents to read to their children in the Netherlands in 2017. The survey outcome indicates that among the primary reasons for which parents read to their child is to promote linguistic development and because their child enjoys the experience of being read to. Close to 70 percent of respondents indicated that they read to their child in order to expand their vocabulary, whereas less than ten percent of parents indicated that they read to their child because they find reading aloud itself meaningful.
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