Do This to Stop Aggressive Behavioral Issues in Children

Playing Drs. Rx: Reading Can Help with a Child’s Aggression

Put down the iPad and pick up a book! A new study found reading to children doesn’t just improve their literacy skills but it can also help them in kicking aggressive behavior and even sadness. 

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The researchers surveyed 675 families with children up to the age of five years old. The parents were videotaped reading and playing with their children. They were able to watch their interactions afterward. A year and a half later, those children who participated in the study were less likely to exhibit behavioral issues like hyperactivity and aggression

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