Do you know that during early childhood learning with rhymes makes children learn faster and better?
Rhyme is a repetition of similar-sounding words, occurring at the end of lines in poems or songs.
Rhymes are fantastic vocabulary boosters. They are powerful learning sources in early literacy.
Rhymes teach children how language works. It helps them to discover and work with sounds within words
Rhyming is important for writing too. It helps children to understand that there are words that share common sounds and often share common letter e.g dot and pot, it ends with the letter – ot.
Rhymes boosts the confidence of young children
Rhymes build memory capabilities
Rhymes usually follow a clear sequence of events
Rhymes expand your child’s imagination.
Rhymes take the children to a world of fantasy and play. It develops the child’s visualization skills
Singing rhymes allows all kids, including the shy ones to feel confident about singing, dancing, and performing because they are easy to learn.
Rhymes span through generations
Rhymes are a lot of fun. Children love the way they sound
Rhymes help to develop a child’s phonological awareness which builds them into being a good reader
Schools can help preschoolers to learn rhymes by creating a rhyme day in a week.
Teachers can help preschooler improving by using these tips
Use pictures I atead of words in activities
Include oral rhyming activities
Parents can help their preschoolers using these tips
Readout loud to your kid, ensure that you listen up as he/she reads after you
Focus on rhyming
Connect the sounds
Get creative with crafts