Mon 21 February 2011, The Independent

Never-ending story: how repetition helps a child's vocabulary

By Richard Garner
It may be boring for parents – but reading the same book over and over again to children is the best way to develop their vocabulary. Researchers at Sussex University have found that repetition is more likely to help them improve their reading skills.
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