How You Can Captain Story Time
26 July, 2022
Learn more about StoryCaptain & our ‘Raising a Reader’ Guide.
Did you know? An infant’s language development & literacy are directly impacted by the # of words they’re exposed to.*
At StoryCaptain, we’re on a mission to help parents raise little readers – because we believe that more readers leads to a world of more empathy, understanding, and connection. We know that raising a little reader can be quite a hectic journey, and that’s why we’re here to guide you the entire way.
I’m Mike, CEO & Founder of StoryCaptain, and we put together this science-backed ‘Raising a Reader’ Guide to empower families that are actively on this journey to inspire a love of reading and learning for their little ones. Why do I love to do this?
My wife and I both moved to the US—me from Belarus when I was four and her from Canada—and our curiosity about people, cultures, and places led us to populate our bookshelves with new ideas, adventures, and travels. When I became a newly-minted dad, I simply had to bring my daughter along on that journey. And so StoryCaptain was born – my daughter was the captain, and I was her honorary first mate.
To help inspire her love of reading, we trusted the science and now… we’re sharing everything that worked with you.
About the ‘Raising a Reader’ Guide
In the world of books, there’s so much to explore that it can become overwhelming. In this science-backed guide, we include specific, actionable, and scientific recommendations to spark a love of reading for your little one(s) and you…
In this 3-page guide, you’ll find:
- The benefits of reading aloud
- How to keep focus on reading, even when things get crazy
- What you should do at each age with your child
- Tips and tricks for making reading fun and easy!
Interested in receiving the free guide? Enter your email address below to claim your copy (We never sell your information). If you have any questions about the guide or StoryCaptain subscription, please reach out anytime.
*WeislederA, Fernald A.Talking to children matters: early language experience strengthens processing and builds vocabulary. Psychol Sci. (2013) 24:214352. doi: 10.1177/0956797613488145