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what is it?
Learning to read using simple songs. As a parent, reading for about 10 minutes per day with your child you actively assist their progress and make it easier and faster for him/her to learn how to read. By making time to read together every day you show how important this moment is. If you skip that moment because of other priorities, you may be giving the impression that reading is not so important.
In general: If your child can read, they can learn. By reading aloud together and keeping your tempo a little faster than your child’s will motivate him/her to go faster as well. Singing also helps. The words of a song often rhyme or are commonly known. nd.
for who is it?
For children from class 3, their parents and/or ther older brothers and sisters.
What can we do?
Let your child read the lyrics of a song. Your child will learn to read in a more fluent way driven by the melody. A song makes language more pleasant – use songs that your child likes and/or often sings. Search the lyrics on the internet and print them out. This is a great tool for stimulating language, and also works well with older children.