Help Your Child Enjoy Reading - Read By Picture Book
- Product Code: ISBN-13: 979-8636610625
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We offer the easiest way to make reading books with children a pleasure, even for those children who listen to reading reluctantly.
With the usual type of reading, a child is a passive listener, while with “reading by picture”, he or she becomes an active participant.
Even if children can already read, they are happy to read texts where some of the words are replaced by pictures and perceive it as a bonus or a prize. It is more important to receive such bonuses for children who are just starting to read, or for whom reading still requires effort.
A small child can only voice words represented by pictures. This "reading" not only makes kids a full participant in the process but also teaches them to reconcile the words of the picture with other words in the sentence.
Older children may try to read words from a vocabulary list that appears before the text. A child who has begun to read will be able to enjoy reading the entire text.
If you are reading to your little one, please read slowly. Let your child think about the sentence, find the right word and enjoy the reading process.
Some words in this book are changed to pictures.
Each story has a pictured vocabulary list at the beginning.
The book includes 3 parts: 1. Simple stories; 2.Famous fairy tales; 3. Nursery rhymes. :
- At the market
- Short story
- The teeny tiny story
- The drowing
- Gary on a farm
- At the beach
- Pass it on
- Five Little Monkeys
- To Market, To Market
- Hush, Little Baby
- Miss Polly Had a Dolly
- Three Little Kittens
- Pop Goes The Weasel
- The Farmer in The Dell
- Smiling Girls, Rosy Boy
- I Had a Little Hen
- Hey Diddle Diddle
- The Wolf and Three Little Pigs
- Goldilocks and the Three Bears
- The Gingerbread Man
Great book for non-English speaking children to learn and remember new words in a fun game-based reading activity.
These are classic rhymes and stories that have entertained children for countless generations. They are easy to remember because they are adapted by each new generation of readers.