Hi moms, today we’ll talk about Children Reading Aloud. Learning how to read at a early age is very important to the development of the child. It can help them create a better understand of their surroundings, allows them to gather information from printed materials, and provides them with a wonderful supply of entertainment if they read stories and rhymes. Children develop at different rates, and some children will develop reading skills quicker than other children; however, what’s important is that while the parent, you are keenly aware of one’s child’s maturity and reading level to offer them with appropriate books and activities to simply help them improve.
As parents, you’re the most crucial teacher for the children. You’ll introduce your youngster to books and reading. Below we have some suggestions to help you teach your child to read.
Teach Your Child How to Read Tip #1
Teach your child alphabet letters and sounds at the same time. Studies show that children learn best when they’re taught the letter names and letter sounds at the same time. In a single study, 58 preschool children were randomly assigned for instructions in letter names and sounds, letter sound only, or numbers (control group). The outcomes of the study are in line with past research results in that it found children receiving letter name and sound instruction were most likely to learn the sounds of letters whose names included cues with their sounds. 
When teaching your son or daughter the letter sounds, keep these things slowly trace the letter, while saying the sound of the letter at the exact same time. For instance, if you’re teaching your youngster the letter “A”, you would say:
“The letter A makes the /A/ (ah) sound.”
Then have your youngster say the /A/ sound while tracing the letter with their index finger.
Teaching a Child Just how to Read Tip #2
When teaching your son or daughter to read, always emphasize using them that the appropriate reading order should really be from left to right, and top to bottom. To adults, this might seem so basic that anyone should know it. However, our students are not born with the knowledge that printed text should really be read from left to right and top to bottom, and this is why you’ll sometimes see children reading from directly to left instead – because they were never explicitly taught to learn from left to right. When teaching your son or daughter how to see, always emphasize this time with them.
Teach Your Child How to Read Tip #3
Teach final consonant blends first. Teaching words such “at” and “and” can lead your child directly to learning words that rhyme with these. As an example, for “at”, you can have:
For “and”, you can have these rhyming words:
and so on…
You can begin teaching blends once your child has learned the sounds of some consonants and short vowel sounds. That you do not need to attend until your youngster has mastered the sounds of all letters before teaching blends.
Learning to read is a long process, however it doesn’t have to be a difficult process. Broken on to intuitive and logical steps, a young child as young as two years old can learn to see, and teenagers can accomplish even more. Thanks for reading this article about Children Reading Aloud and see you next time.