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Children, of course, love books and stories when they are introduced to beautiful ideas, places, and creatures that they have never met.
Stories help children learn more about life, the world, and themselves. Aside from creating a bond, there are many benefits to reading with your child.
Storytelling and rhymes teach children to pronounce words. Many rhymes are full of interjections or funny words. They play a role in helping children to improve their language.
By telling a story, children can experience different worlds, countries and traditions. It can help build an appreciation for the rest of the world and various cultures.
Reading for a child can increase their willingness to express themselves and to express their thoughts and feelings. Ask them to talk to you about the plot and characters in the story.
Storytelling encourages children to listen to others, whether they are storytellers or others who are hearing the story. You will learn to be more patient and let others talk.
Storytelling is an ancient and valuable art that extends all over the world. During this session, children develop their storytelling talents, apply storytelling techniques, create storytelling guides, and perform a story for an audience. Each lesson is relatively short and easy to integrate.
• Teach how to pick a topic • Teaching about long story & short story • Teach how to express yourself during storytelling • Teach interactively • Boost the confidence of them • Teach how presenting the story front of audience
Rhyming is one of the phonological awareness skills that form the basis of early literacy. Phonological awareness is the ability to hear and manipulate different parts of spoken words. Children develop a sense of phonology when they play with words. As children play with words, they begin to hear patterns in spoken language. This knowledge helps them understand how sounds and letters work when they start reading and writing.
Rhyme Listening- Through repeated exposures to rhyming books and songs, children begin to develop the ability to hear poetry in spoken language. Recognizing a Rhyme- Next, children begin to identify two-word poetry. Producing a Rhyme- The final stage allows children to develop their examples of words using poetry.