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PRE-READING SKILLS

One of the early stages for the development of vocabulary, we develop this skills through various activities few of which are listed below:

Rhyming
Research shows that children who can understand about rhyming words have a head start in learning to read and, even more, to spell.

Letter skills
As well as recognising letter shapes, learning the most common sounds that each letter makes will give children a head start.

Matching
When we read, part of what we do involves matching. Children learn to match shapes, patterns, letters and, finally, words.

Direction
Print goes from left to right, so children will need to be familiar with where to start each line and which direction to go in.

Motor skills
Practicing writing letters and words as they learn to read them; will help it all to sink in, so a good pencil grip and control is useful.

Concepts of print
This is all about knowing how to handle books - holding them the right way up, turning the pages in sequence, exploring the pictures, knowing that the words can be read to tell a story.

Language skills
The more experience children have of language, the more easily they will learn to read. We encourage children to hear and join in conversations with the teachers by narrating stories and poetry of all sorts.

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