I used to leave my 3 year old in the care of my sister when I went to work. Unfortunately, she liked to plop him down in front of her iPad watching YouTube videos.
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Kids love colorful and easy-to-navigate environments, and unfortunately for many parents, YouTube offers just that. If reading is a struggle, he won't find it as interesting or enjoyable. Think about what your son loves to do or a special area of interest. For instance, if he likes dinosaurs, find a book that piques his interest in dinosaurs and draws him into reading. This way, you're giving him a motivational boost and making the reading experience meaningful. Let your toddler decide how much time you spend reading. If he wants to linger on a favorite page for a while, let them. You don’t need to read every page; just ensure reading time is relaxing, enjoyable, and free from pressure.