5 Benefits of Reading Non-Fiction
Prepares students for later grades of school and harder content
Reading nonfiction text gives students important skills. It teaches students how to think, it can also give students valuable content. Although nonfiction text is written for an audience, it teaches students about the world and how it works.
Reading nonfiction can also give students important vocabulary. After students read a nonfiction text, they will know what words mean and how to use them in what context.
Reading nonfiction text gives students important information that they may not get from the textbooks. The textbooks may emphasize facts that were important to the author, but may not be important for students, this will then help them in later school subjects, as they may know the more concise information, rather than just random facts.
Reading nonfiction text gives students important background knowledge. Reading nonfiction text gives students a rich background of knowledge.
Reading non-fiction books helps offer children ideas on how to solve real world problems