Study by Murdoch Children’s Research Institute – Language Development

According to the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute, a study conducted in 2018 has found that: “Fathers, as well as mothers, are being encouraged to read to their kids after new research has shown the impact dads can have for their child’s language development. The latest research from the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute (MCRI) has opened the book on how children’s improvement in language is influenced by the involvement of their dad. Researchers found that when fathers read to their children at home, the child’s language development increased as they grew older.
In a study using data from the Let’s Read study that was funded by the Australian Research Council involving 405 two-parent families, fathers who read to their children at age two predicted better language development at age four.” 

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