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Should parents teach their children to read, and if so how can they do it in an enjoyable manner? There is a very powerful emphasis on kids learning to read these days. Learning to read starts well before your child is even in a position to speak. What we teach our kids early in their lives about our partnership with reading and books will directly affect how nicely your child will learn to read. Parents that place a strong emphasis on reading raise good readers. There is a lot to learn about written language from books, and as you read to your child regularly, they will much more easily pick up the flow of written language thereby making them much better readers.

Introducing language in its written form by reading to your child early in their life is one of the most important steps parents can take in raising good readers. Kids that are not read to tend to struggle much more when learning to read because they are not familiar with the language of books.

There are simple ways to teach your child to read. The most clever way of teaching kids to learn the sounds of the letters as nicely as the phonemes is via the use of photos. By using photos to first introduce the sounds it is a lot easier for a child to remember the rules and the sounds on the letters. When we teach children to read we can actually teach them to read through the use of pictures before we introduce the letter or letters. This is a all-natural and easy way for kids to learn to read.

The way this is done for example would be to introduce a picture of an apple to your child. Clarify to your child that this is an apple and the starting sound of the word apple is the short a sound. Each time you see the apple card, you make the short a sound. On the opposite side of the apple card is the letter A. In this way you can effortlessly switch back and forth from pictures to actual letters to effortlessly teach your child all the sounds. You then introduce other letter sounds through photos. As soon as your child knows a couple of sounds from the picture cards you can start teaching them to blend sounds utilizing the image cards initially.

When your child is ready you can then use the letter side of the cards. If at anytime your child forgets the sound of the letters, you can flip them over and let the image figure out the sound for your child. You will find that by using this technique your child can easily learn to read words inside the first few lessons.

The best reading plan that I have discovered to teach children to read is called Fundamentals. This program relies on the use of pictures to introduce and enforce the sounds of the letters which are essential in order to learn how to read.

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