What can you do to start to develop your child's preschool reading
abilities? At 3 to 5 years old, are you wondering if preschool is even
too early to start teaching reading?
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Experts may differ in their opinions on when a child should start reading, what types of books they should read, and what tools are best to teach reading. But the one thing ALL experts agree on is that reading aloud to your children from the get go is critical.
Teaching reading at this early age doesn't mean formal lessons that are common in later school years; it simply means exposing very young children to language and books in a very natural way. Teaching kids to read used to be the sole responsibility of the schools. This is no longer the case.
If you want your kids to excel and have every possible advantage in life, you can't just send them off to school and hope for the best. You have to be an integral part of their learning experience and teaching children to read from birth and beyond is essential to get your kids on the path of a lifelong love of learning.
So, what are some typical preschool reading skills? Your preschool learners should have the ability to recognize the following:
Studies show that children who are encouraged to use their imagination during their preschool years develop into better students.
Teaching reading to your kids is important, but how you teach them can mean the difference between success and failure. Your kids have to think that reading is a positive fun activity. Here are some suggestions:
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