Begin letter learning by helping your child learn the letters of his name.
Teach the alphabet letter by letter.
Being able to name the letters is one of the critical predictors of reading success.
Move away from Singing the Alphabet to saying the Alphabet as quickly as possible.
Use visual aids.
Any teaching being multisensory is going to be much more effective.
Knowledge of letter names is one of the most important predictors of how quickly and easily your child will a quire early reading skills.
It’s a good idea to begin introducing numbers to children as soon as their first birthday rolls around.
After 24 months, it’s possible that a child will be able to count to ten, but chances are this will be from memory rather than actually understanding what the numbers mean.
Using visual reference is the key to communicating the meaning of the numbers, rather than just the sounds.
Teaching your child about shapes is important because it can greatly improve their ability to communicate – it helps your child verbally describe objects and also with their ability to draw.
The basic shapes chart contains the most common shapes that your child will encounter – square, rectangle, circle, oval, triangle and diamond. These shapes are also the simplest for your child to draw.
Constant repetition and expanding on what colors are and what they are not will help any child understand what the actual word color means.
Children are naturally attracted to bright colors.
Teaching children how to act and behave at an early age will last with them forever. Here are some of the basic behaviors All children should display.
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