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Facebook I was Arachnophobia when I was 4 and Jurassic Park when I was 5. I was still seven at the time, but I could handle everything the books threw my way, whether it be vocabulary or violence. My daughter started reading HP at age 8. she is also a very advanced reader (running out of books that is "age appropriate") and seems to enjoy HP. It was easy to relate to a hero that was close to my own age, and at age 10, you could fantasize about your own Hogwarts letter coming when you turned 11 (though it never happened, much to our disappointment). It wasn't too scary for me. Chamber of Secrets: U-MG for moderate violence and menace and moderate thematic material-all involving children Prisoner of Azkaban: This one depends on your child. The second book is a bit longer, with words more suited to a 7th grade vocabulary, and a more complex story. I guarantee you she comprehended less than 10% of the story. 9+ Adult written by dhanyab October 26, 2015 Flag as inappropriate  Adult written by HannahD 1 February 27, 2016 Prisoner of Azkaban: N-YA (New-Young Adult) for moderate violence and menace, moderate thematic material, and some mild language-all involving teens Sign in or sign up to share your thoughts I followed Harry's entire journey that year, and have since reread and re-reread and quite possibly even re-re-reread the seven "bloody brilliant" books. Book 4 is tween friendly. I am not really sure if it's because she knew the story well already or what. Flag as inappropriate  They might get a little scared, but still want to continue reading, and you should probably let them, after a talk about the difference between real life and fantasy. Mean-spiritedness is probably the MOST IMPORTANT feature to watch out for in children's media. Christine Elgersma But in fact more mature is not better. Of course they continued past the first two books. I read the whole series this summer and I didn't get scared at all . Harry Potter theme parks/attractions/events: While most are recommended for Tweens/Teens+, some are recommended for teens/adults or adults only. Harry Potter is a universe, meant to be entered again and again. Mother of 6 year and 8 year old girls: We (Parents) let them see the first movie just before going for vacations to Orlando’s Universal Studios and Island of Adventure (at ages 6 and 8) because we want them to enjoy and understand what was happening in the parks. So we are waiting to read the rest at least another year. Goblet of Fire, PG-13, 12+ recommended age 13+ My daughter is 9 and we just finished the entire series of books. Parents' Ultimate Guide to YouTube Screen Time I LOVE THAT WHOLE SERIES!! Teen, 17 years old written by allopezreader March 7, 2016 It's quite sad and dramatic, so, once more, know your child.) We strictly monitor what he reads and watches because frightening books/movies affect him terribly. 8-10+ var IzWidget = IzWidget || {}; Kid, 11 years old May 18, 2014 These books are a wonderful way to reflect on school culture as well as much, much bigger issues with our teenagers...but this is going to work much better if we don't push the books on our kids when they are still too young to fully appreciate them. window.NREUM||(NREUM={});NREUM.info={"beacon":"bam-cell.nr-data.net","licenseKey":"22bc04bf17","applicationID":"185559085","transactionName":"MgBWbBRUCEtTAU1eDQtKdVsSXAlWHRJYUAc6CFVWB1IDSm0MVlMHOhNdXRFqFllVBw==","queueTime":0,"applicationTime":6193,"atts":"HkdVGlxOG0U=","errorBeacon":"bam-cell.nr-data.net","agent":""}, Kid, 12 years old February 14, 2017 Does this help? I read the first Harry potter when I was 5 the first hunger games at seven and city of bones at eight I saw all the Harry potter movies when they came put (except the first three which weren't out) JKR is absolutely brilliant has given my daughter and I a priceless gift, brilliant. I suggest reading the series in order, then after you finished the Deathly Hallows, watching all the movies in order. I remember being shocked when I picked up the book again at around twelve after a year-long hiatus and realizing this. I've taught gifted and talented high school freshmen and sophomores, and I currently lead a writing group for kids grades 1-8, as well as a Shakespeare reading group. Sign in or sign up to share your thoughts 4 to 6- 9+ I believe that Harry Potter should not be read by children under 12-13. I started reading almost 4 yeas ago when I was nine and watched and finished the series before I was 10. I would definitely wait But I already finished it in a month I read Harry Potter at age 8, finished the series at 10. 6 counts of thematic material-85% My daughter is 9 and we just finished the entire series of books. Character Strengths and Life Skills Lord of the Rings is an example of a book that is just as magical and awe-inspiring, but far less emotionally complex. Awesome book series! written by Anonymous October 29, 2013 Now,I understand the developmental arguments and how children pick up on the mean spiritedness of the books and start to pick on children. Overall, I believe that it's dependent on the child, not necessarily on their ability to read it but to understand it and whether they have the parents or older siblings to help them understand or the life experiences to understand. But I already finished it in a month Sign in or sign up to share your thoughts I am a super fan of J.K Rowling! I am going to be 11 in a few days and I have watched and loved all of the HP movies. It means we can enjoy the characters more. Christine Elgersma If they want to read at oh, 9/10, let them, for goodness sakes! Senior Parenting Editor | Mom of one So, along with making young kids immerse themselves in a teenage world (sad) the other side of this problem of HP being pushed on young readers and viewers is that teenagers--now being taught to think of HP as a story for little kids--are pushed *out* of the experience that Rowling created specifically with them (i.e, her own kids!) Flag as inappropriate  Movies, however, are visual and will force the image onto a mind even if it were not capable of imagination. Sign in or sign up to share your thoughts But she enjoys the main story (the superficial level that she can understand) for what it is and is not too disturbed with progressively dark tone of the story. It's a wonderful place, and by the time I was eight, I'd read all of them and seen all of them. Sign in or sign up to share your thoughts Still a voracious reader, still haven't been able to find any book that tops Harry Potter. I would say good for most 8 year old but, again it depends on the child. Above all, Harry Potter teaches love, which I think counteracts any frightening aspects of the series. Advocacy var s = document.getElementsByTagName('script')[0]; s.parentNode.insertBefore(sz, s); Then, after attending the seventh book release party that summer, I decided that I would read the entire series. I was perfectly fine with everything in the books (i didnt see the movies though) Readability: 16 years of age + (He read aloud to me.) One can get out as much as one's maturity allows. Sign in or sign up to share your thoughts I, personally, could handle the deepness of the last Harry Potter book at age 8. Sorcerer's stone: I think most six year olds can handle this though the idea of Voldemort sharing a body can be a little scary. Kid, 4 years old April 15, 2019 api.set("custom", { "country": Drupal.settings.csm_informizely.user.location.country }); If you listen to them I am warning you they will distroy everything with their bad warnings. Marketing to Kids It was an ok series for kids, but I'd start when your 8 and older. We have no plans to move on to the other books at this young age, as I grew up more books were released and I read them accordingly. Philosopher's stone: Rated PG, recommended age 9+ Movies, however, are visual and will force the image onto a mind even if it were not capable of imagination. Sign in or sign up to share your thoughts Media and Body Image However, my freshman year of high school, my friend convinced me to read them. Parent of a 5 and 9-year-old written by pvavarou January 14, 2014 So, along with making young kids immerse themselves in a teenage world (sad) the other side of this problem of HP being pushed on young readers and viewers is that teenagers--now being taught to think of HP as a story for little kids--are pushed *out* of the experience that Rowling created specifically with them (i.e, her own kids!) Lord of the Rings is an example of a book that is just as magical and awe-inspiring, but far less emotionally complex. It wasn't too scary for me. Maybe the 6 and 7 book may be qualified as a young adult book but I think it’s quite ridiculous that people ages 15/30 should read the books I read this whole series when I was 8, I'm 15 now. I watched The Hunger Games when I was 9. No HP until teen years? The Half-Blood Prince: (epic and dramatic. Sign in or sign up to share your thoughts It might unnerve little ones. Sign in or sign up to share your thoughts Social Media Flag as inappropriate  The Chamber of Secrets: (know your child) 7-8+ Sign in or sign up to share your thoughts I think the proper age to read each book depends largely on the child, as well as how involved a parent is. Harry rides a Nimus 2000. for sitautions she glosses over, I assume it's too advanced for her to understand nor care to understand, which is ok. 7 counts of violence (moderate or above)-100% of the series Flag as inappropriate  var s = document.getElementsByTagName('script')[0]; s.parentNode.insertBefore(e, s); Sign in or sign up to share your thoughts Adult written by akita November 28, 2015 Wide Open School Adult written by mandeebobandee November 1, 2013 You'll have a chance to add more kids later.Have an account? You get a five star review. But who cares? The things Harry Potter will teach your child far out weigh any other worries, in my opinion. I'm 12 right now, and I started reading the series last year. They have tremendous power and intrinsic individual worth, and yet they are still to a great extent reflections of their parents and the other adults who have influenced them. Sign in or sign up to share your thoughts I believe that Harry Potter should not be read by children under 12-13. For some kids it may be earlier or later. What she doesn't quite understand the concept, sometimes she asks, and I explain. I remember reading the Order of the Phoenix in 5th grade. My only advice would be to let children read all of the books, discuss them, and understand the themes: this is more important than shielding them. Kid, 11 years old June 15, 2017 I will agree, regardless, that the later books shouldn't just be given to younger children with the expectation that they can read them alone. Annual Report Sign in or sign up to share your thoughts Board of Advisors Sign in or sign up to share your thoughts 0comments Flag as inappropriate  Some Harry Potter games are appropriate for Tweens/Teens, while some are appropriate only for teens/adults. Order of the phoenix: This is the first of the war against voldemort harry potter books. Sign in or sign up to share your thoughts Goblet of fire: This one really jumps in difficulty and scariness. It's not about age and restricting children due to their age is doing more harm then good. Internet Basics I say that the first two Harry Potters are suitable for 7 and over, and if your child wants a bit darker, break the PG-13 rule for this franchise. I think you might want to wait until a child can understand it. Video Game ratings and age recommendations: Everyone 10+/Teen/Mature. Flag as inappropriate  She wrote the series for CHILDREN. Parent of a 7-year-old written by H276558 May 30, 2016 she just finished book 7 and now wants to start reading the series again from book 1! Most Discussed Sign in or sign up to share your thoughts window.setTimeout(function() { Now 11, I am currently rereading all the books. Teen, 14 years old written by Buffy Rules January 25, 2016 Sign in or sign up to share your thoughts Deathly Hallows Part 2: Rated PG-13 You get a five star review. It can reasonably be considered fairly suitable material for kids as young as 9, but it could also, to a reasonable extent, due to its large amount of aggregated questionable content and thematic material, be considered appropriate or understandable only for older teens and adults. Sign in or sign up to share your thoughts Sign in or sign up to share your thoughts As a whole harry potter is a masterpiece and one of the most original and well written children's series of all time. This is the book that sets the stage for the much darker books. I have always been Mature for my age and read the 'Lord Of The Rings' Books when i was in grade 3. Internet Basics I finished the series at eight. For some kids it may be earlier or later. If a eight year old can fully understand and accept the books they should be able to read them. It's just too mature a story for a child of 7. Plus, kids below a certain age tend to not grasp plotting and characters too well. I read the third-sixth ones when I was 7, and the last book when I was 8. Adult written by Alex Umay October 22, 2013 Flag as inappropriate  the only problem is that the books are long. Search Common Sense Media recommended age 13+ Flag as inappropriate  Waiting... waiting... waiting... Teen, 16 years old written by dcasey98 July 1, 2015 HP is worth saving for adolescents (or middle schoolers, seeing adolescence on the horizon and needing a friend in HP, to accompany them into it). I read it when I was seven, and I loved it. I started reading them when i was 8, and i am halfway finished with the 6th book. Philosopher's stone, PG, 9+ Same! This is used to gauge potential unsuitably. Kid, 12 years old December 6, 2016 Harry Potter is amazing. See the full list Sex in the Media I am a big Tolkien fan, and I would recommend reading the books before watching the movies. I would recommend the Potter movies for the following ages: Violence in the Media Finally someone who understands what crap common sense is putting out. Informizely customer feedback surveys The later four are a perfect bridge from children's book to more adult books. Enact Your CCPA Rights Teen, 16 years old written by saibhandari August 24, 2013 4 to 6- 9+ If that still leaves you unsure then here are my age recommendations for each book. Kid, 11 years old December 28, 2015 We highly agreed! You'll have a chance to add more kids later.Have an account? I picked up the first book, a copy belonging to a family member, at age six. A friend who teaches at an elementary school for gifted children agrees. The fact is, age-appropriateness is not about how sensitive your kid is, or how good a reader your kid is. I do not intend to let him watch #6-7.1/7.2 until at least 13 or older. recommended age 13+ but that's the beauty of the book. Flag as inappropriate  I read them all through (giving appropriate space for them to come out of course). Four is absurdly young, and you should really be ashamed of yourself. He was so traumatized that he was crying and throwing up in the mornings not wanting to go to school. Book 6 (darkest ideas): Age 13 or 14. Not to mention the murder story of Harry's parents. News and Media Literacy Sign in or sign up to share your thoughts © Common Sense Media. Flag as inappropriate  recommended age 12+ This movie is when the series begins to get really dark.) Research Program Goblet of Fire: YA (Young Adult) for rough action violence including strong, bloody imagery, some mild language, questionable behavior, alcohol abuse, crude humor, and strong thematic material-all involving teens Sign in or sign up to share your thoughts Sign in or sign up to share your thoughts In the Deathly Hallows, for example, is quite a blatant Holocaust allegory: the discrimination and methodical elimination of one group, the mindless hate, the hypocritical leader of the evil side. My parent's don't push my brother to read anything. Harry Potter bares absolutely no resemblance to the simple, sweet stories of Cinderella and Rapunzel, and it's absolutely disrespectful and patronizing to the series, it's intended audience, and it's themes that you think they are. Harry Potter has NEVER been for 4 year olds. I read them all through (giving appropriate space for them to come out of course). Avoid meanness and crassness in movies and books, and you will have a sweeter, more fun, and more confident child than most. recommended age 12+ Character Strengths and Life Skills Adult written by duncan311 June 26, 2014 Browse Advice Email he prefers the book. Kids are more mature than some people think, and I'm pretty sure they can handle the dark themes. Violence (wizard battles), dark tones throughout (Harry continually has visions of Voldemort and his evil plans) and lots of suspense and intensity. That alone. But in fact more mature is not better. Teen, 13 years old written by palindrome24601 July 27, 2016 Digital Citizenship Kid, 9 years old July 10, 2014 Flag as inappropriate  Common Sense and other associated names and logos are trademarks of Common Sense Media, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization (FEIN: 41-2024986). I know each kid is different, but there is nothing my parents could have done to stop me reading them all within a month. No. Join as an Educator In my sons 1st grade class (ages 6-7) a group of boys were reading Harry Potter and immediately started a HP club. I started reading the books in kindergarten but I wouldn't really recommend that because a)chances are Harry Potter is way above your 5 year old's reading level (I know fifth and sixth graders who haven't even started the series) and b)they are very likely to be frightened by the more scary scenes, such as the murder of Harry's parents, when Harry meets Voldemort, when Ron and Harry rescue Ginny from the serpent in The Chamber of Secrets, etc. Search Common Sense Media No. I was still seven at the time, but I could handle everything the books threw my way, whether it be vocabulary or violence. Sign in or sign up to share your thoughts Scariness is hardly the only reason to reserve a book (or series, or movie, or series of movies) for an older kid. She wrote the series for CHILDREN. Consider enjoying Jim Dale's audiobooks as a family: a great way to keep the magic alive. He was so traumatized that he was crying and throwing up in the mornings not wanting to go to school. It all depends on what you think your kids can read. My library issues the following classifications for the Harry Potter series: Violence in the Media Privacy Program I useally read for a LONG time at night so :/. I started reading them when i was 8, and i am halfway finished with the 6th book. I have reread all the books several times and each time I understood them a little more. Waiting... waiting... waiting... Sign in or sign up to share your thoughts For the movies, know what your child can and cannot handle. If you have a sensitive child who bursts into uncontrollable tears when they see a dead bird then it probably wouldnt be wise to let them read the last few books, but on the other hand if your child is mature and strong enough to deal with life and death etc etc then it should be no problem. Books four through seven really start to explore deeper and darker themes, and the further you go in the series, the more adult-oriented the themes get. Nevertheless, don't watch the movies until you're 12 at least if you don't like passionate kissing and death of beloved characters. I would recommend this to pretty much anyone (8+). Our Offices You'll have a chance to add more kids later.Have an account? Harry Potter has NEVER been for 4 year olds. Well, I’m 11 at the moment, and I started reading Harry Potter when I was 6.

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