Reading is an essential skill for children to develop in their early years. It not only helps them gain knowledge and build their vocabulary, but also helps them become better communicators and critical thinkers. As parents and teachers, it is important to encourage early stage learners to read so that they can reap the benefits of reading.

Reading can be encouraged through activities such as reading aloud, creating a reading-friendly environment, setting achievable goals and providing incentives for reading. Parents and teachers should also provide resources such as books, magazines, newspapers and online content that are age-appropriate for the learners. By doing so, they can create a culture of learning that encourages early stage learners to read more often.