Tanner Bernstein posted an update 11 months, 2 weeks ago
In case you or anyone in your family has had reading troubles before, you’ll be giving the kids an incredible jump start should you give them some basic reading skills before they start school. It may be the excess boost they desire in order that they don’t fall behind, regardless of whether they process information differently off their kids.
And when you have an extremely intelligent kid, they’ll lap up any reading skills you are able to let them have a year, or perhaps a couple of years before they go university.
Understanding reading basics also give children extraordinary confidence too as well as the feeling that learning is straightforward. With luck that early confidence may stay with them on their school life.
The earlier children read fluently, the higher. It’s like learning to ride a motorbike. Once they’ve mastered it, they realise the amount fun reading could be.
The earlier a child learns to read easily, the previous they can start enjoying books as well as learning about the information inside books and writing their own material.
There isn’t any a great way to learn how to read. Many children are conditioned to read by learning what letters and mixtures of letters seem like, and ways to place them together – this is known as ‘phonics’. Children also learn how to recognise words they’ve often seen before. This is known as ‘word recognition’. The two processes aren’t always separable.
Each child calculates that c-a-t is pronounced cat, they will probably recognise ‘cat’ the next time, even if it’s within a large word like catalyst. And so they could very well recognise mat and fat without prompting. Other words are best learnt ‘whole’ by sight alone. Common words like ‘said’ and ‘though’ and ‘through’ don’t’ follow simple sound patterns and only repetition may help here. The main thing to recollect is always that these aren’t the one ways we figure out how to read.
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