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With the constant flow of overwhelming evidence on how advantageous it is to teach young children how to read, it’s becoming more popular for parents to place priority on the subject. Studies have revealed that not only is it beneficial for young children to learn to read, but that babies can learn too. This has […]
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Prior to learning to read, it is important for a child to learn the spoken English language. This process is a time when members of the family like moms, dads, siblings, and even grandparents contribute to teaching little ones. No matter if the youngster realizes they are learning or not, they are gaining an early […]
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So, you want to teach your child to read, but before a child can learn to read, he or she must first learn at least some of the letters in the alphabet, their names, and the sounds that they represent.
As more research brings to light the advantages of phonics and phonemic awareness instructions have over whole language teaching methods, more parents are becoming aware of teaching using phonics and phonemic awareness skills.
Teaching phonics is easier when you follow a step by step approach by first teaching the phonic sounds and alphabet letters.