Your child will learn to love reading when they see you reading books, magazines, or graphic novels. A child learns from what he or she observes. Your child will likely catch your enthusiasm for reading if you are enthusiastic about it.
Having bedtime stories is part of both father and son's daily routine. I have told him hundreds of stories that relate to our culture, religion, geography, ancient age, medieval period freedom movement, film and music, science, and technology. I have many favorite stories, including Akbar and Birbal, Sri Krishna's childhood, Assamese Burhi Ai Xadhu, etc. Several times, I repeated the same stories. I also learned the essence of stories by doing some homework. YouTube is the most common platform for learning stories, and 80% of them come from that platform. The rest are from story books and anecdotes. The last couple of years, we have practiced bedtime rituals. I also message his legs and head during storytelling time. While traveling, I continue to maintain this ritual over the phone. Without listening to stories, his eyes would not close. It's a wonderful experience as a father. In addition to developing his brain rapidly, he became emotionally mature after eight and half y