Everybody knows that pictures are the training wheels of reading. How is a little learner supposed to start in on letters and words without colorful drawings as a stepping stone? But maybe we're not giving our kids enough credit. A brand-new study from the University of Sussex is just the latest in a series of reports on the (often detrimental) effects that illustrations have on learning to read.
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Written by Curiosity Staff July 18, 2017
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