• It is a children's school so why not children's books?

    Children's books to read will be more fun for children to read. As an 11 year old I would know. If you are made to sit there and read an adult book only some will understand certain words then if you do not you will be classed as un smart. Also if children find a certain book or author they are going to want to read that book which improves their language . So that is why I think children's books should be used as an educational tool.

  • Children's books should be taken seriously

    Children's books actually contain more rare words than adult books do. This means that children's books are a valuable vocabulary teaching tool. They can be used in the classroom or at home to help children learn difficult concepts at a young age and master vocabulary - both things that will serve them well later in life.

  • Yes, Children's books should be used as an educational tool.

    Children's books make excellent educational resources for students in school. These books should be used as an educational tool. Reading is one of the most important things that contribute to the development of a child's knowledge. It makes sense to use children's books in schools to teach kids. Unfortunately, many children are not read to enough when they are growing up.

  • Yes, they should.

    Children's books are already an educational tool in that they teach children how to read as well as about the world around them. Books are one of the ways children first learn how to count, the names of their favorite animals, colors, and shapes. As they get older the lessons get more complicated.

  • Literature Should Be Age Appropriate and Educational

    Children's books as entertainment fall short of the mark when compared to audio/visual media. As educational tooks they have a role to play in teaching grammar, spelling and in some good cases morals and ethics along with actual historical facts. There's always room for more education regardless of the source.

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