The following information about reading at home with your child (and much more) can be found on the National Literacy Trust's , 'Words for Life' website. https://wordsforlife.org.uk/parent-support/reading-your-child/
Reading with your child at home
Sharing a book with your child can be a magical experience. By building story time into your bedtime routine you and your child will be:
Reading the same book again and again will help your child to get to know the story. Once they know it well, ask them about what’s happening in book and praise them when they respond.
The beauty of children’s books is that it doesn’t matter if you don’t read all the words - you can tell a story from the pictures! If your child knows the book well, or even if they don’t, let them have a go at becoming the storyteller just from looking at the pictures on the page. It will help them to improve their speaking skills and grow more confident.
Your child will enjoy choosing books for themselves from a bookshelf they can reach or book box at home, or even ebooks on a phone or tablet. This will help you both to discover the kind of stories they enjoy the most.
Your child might prefer to listen to audiobooks. Why not listen together for a completely immersive and relaxing experience?
Visit your local library with your child to find loads of new stories and activities together!
Words for Life has lots of activity suggestions to help make the most of reading with your child.
The National Literacy Trust
Visit https://literacytrust.org.uk/ For more information about the National Literacy Trust