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How To Teach A Child To Read Easy

How To Teach A Child To Read Easy

Do you want to give your child the best chance to be successful in school?
Then let me show you how to teach them to read the right way. And don’t worry that they’re too young.
This new method I’m about to show you has been used to teach children younger than 3 years old how to read! But first, I need to make you aware of some important new findings.

The Whole Language Method is no longer the recommended method for teaching children to read. That method teaches children to learn complete words based on their shape. In the long run, this will slow your children’s reading mastery. Because complete words is not how we teach children to speak. Instead of using the word shape method, The Reading Panel suggests that children learn to read better through a unique combination of Synthetic Phonics and Phonemic Awareness Skills Development.

It works like this. Spoken English is made up of sentences. These sentences are made up of words.
And words are made up of Phonemes. Phonemes are the smallest units of sound in language. There are 40 plus phonemes in the English language.

Let me show you an example.
A word dog. Children associate each letter with a phoneme. So: D, O, G. Then they learn how to blend these phonemes. DOG. To read the word dog.

By teaching children the phonemes first, and then the letters and letter groups that spell them, children learn much faster than when learning letters or word shapes first. There is a proven direct link between your child’s future academic performance and success, and the positive early experiences they have of developing reading skills.
Teaching your child to read at the earliest possible moment is the greatest gift and skill
you can give them.