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Teaching Toddlers To Read

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Did you know that teaching toddlers to read can be fun and easy? It is possible to teach children to read even when they are as young as three months old. Actually, the younger you begin to teach your child the easier it will be for them to learn. If you love your children, you’ll love the parenting tips I am about to share today.

Teaching Toddlers To ReadA child’s mind is like a sponge from birth to roughly five years old. This is because during this time their brains are rapidly developing and as a result they are able to learn at lightning speeds. you can teach toddlers to read as early as possible so that they don’t have problems in future.You can start teaching them the alphabet.

Toddlers do love learning even though they are very young for schooling. There are several processes of teaching toddlers the alphabet. And it should be done in simple way but fun by associating with some natural learning activities.

The first step to developing your child’s communication skills is introducing alphabet letters. This is mostly associated with some fun activities to get your child’s attention. So, if you want to develop your child’s communication skills, teach your child alphabet now. Below are some guidelines on how you teach your child the alphabet in effective ways.

Watch this video to learn how to teach the alphabet to kids:

At first, if the alphabet song seems too long and difficult for your little one to grasp try breaking it down into six letters at a time. Start with the first six, when they have that down pat, add the next six and so on until they can sing the song the whole way through. Make sure you praise them for their efforts and keep the experience positive. If they are showing signs of disinterest, take it up with them at another time, they have probably had enough for now.

Incorporate a poster of the alphabet into your home and point to the letters as you sing the alphabet song. It is important that they are also able to recognize the letters of the alphabet as well as sound them out. You can buy tubs of magnetic letters and have them arranged on the fridge so that the letters you are concentrating on are available at their level to feel and touch.

First is to draw a large uppercase “A” on the paper. Cut it carefully and cover it with plastic to make it durable. Introduce it by using some existing activities to catch his or her attention. You can start saying, “Hey, baby I made you a big “A.” In case your child ignores you, just think another way to get his or her interests and just go with the flow. Look some uppercase “A” in your area.

In order to get his or her attention, try to use amazing tone while pointing out the letter “A”. You can ask your child to look letter “A” in your house. Try also to purchase some alphabet books. Make a schedule when you read the books to your child. When you read the alphabet books, point out letter “A” and other letters.

Reading to your baby and toddlers will also naturally lead them to have an interest in letters and sounds. It’s a great way to learn how to teach a child to read. Be sure to explain to them how the two fit together so that they understand that when they are big boys and girls and know all the sounds of the alphabet they too will be able to read. After all, this is the whole reason for teaching your toddler the alphabet!

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