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Reading Strategies to develop sound awareness in your child

Sugandha Tiwari
3 to 7 years

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Reading Strategies to develop sound awareness in your child

Ever wondered how language develops in your child’s mind? It is directly related to how your child begins to speak – the awareness with regard to the sound of each letter spoken influences the development of language in the mind. All this is good, you say, but what does it actually mean! It simply means that the time you spend reading to your child can go a long way in helping your child develop better language skills. Our blogger Sugandha Tiwari shares some reading strategies that work and also simplifies the process for you.


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Shabina Khan

| Jul 31, 2017

thank you so much

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Sugandha Tiwari

| Jul 15, 2017

Thanks for sharing Aruna

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Aruna Pansari Chandak

| Jul 15, 2017

now a days schools teach phonetic in pre- primary classes which helps children of upper kg build words on thier own... and by the time the child is in 1st.. she can read very well ... thanks to the new academic development of phonetics

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Bhavna

| Jul 10, 2017

Very nice way to develop reading skills.

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dr parul goel

| Jul 06, 2017

thank you snigdha

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Sugandha Tiwari

| Jul 06, 2017

Hi Inismah, thanks for sharing your thoughts.

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Sugandha Tiwari

| Jul 06, 2017

Hi dr. parul, give me some time till saturday, let me try sharing a few more activities that should hopefully assist you

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dr parul goel

| Jul 06, 2017

hi sugandha she is 5. 8 yr old. she can easily tell phonetic sound of english alphabet but is not able to do vice versa. so she is facing difficulty in learning spellings also

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Sugandha Tiwari

| Jul 05, 2017

How old is your child Dr. Parul

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dr parul goel

| Jul 05, 2017

hi this is very informative blog. l m using all ur techniques. problem with my child is that she is not catching up on new words. she wants to repeat same three letter words which were taught in school. for instance she knows how to read and spell word TRY and when I asked her to read FRY then she was reading it as try only. she completely ignored the new letter. please help

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Indu Khowal

| Jul 01, 2017

thanks

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Debalina Sarkar

| Jun 15, 2017

thank you

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Manju Anju

| Jun 13, 2017

very useful information. thank u for sharing it.

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Nisha Mistry

| Jun 12, 2017

thanks for this wonderful idea.... i will definitely try this...

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Sugandha Tiwari

| Jun 11, 2017

Thank you so much everyone for reading through my blog, I am happy that I could make a difference to your life.

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Hina Vishal

| Jun 08, 2017

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Shivani Gupta

| Jun 08, 2017

Very nice tq

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inismah

| Mar 21, 2017

well , when comes to language development interaction helps kkids to develop a lot, in which kids learn to respond more quickly. by 2yrs they associate words with picture, by 2. 5 yrs till 3yrs assimilation happens so by the time they go to school these two skills help them to understand easily. 1. wen it comes​ to phonetic awareness it's better when children are given simple picture's and to identify the name. 2. thematic exploration helps children to remember and rehearse well. 3. in my experience at an early stage, I hve seen children get also easily confused with similar sounding words. to conclude I would suggest introducing of phonics should be done carefully.

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Nirmala GowriP

| Feb 26, 2017

nice

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Joice Shelby

| Feb 25, 2017

very good blog.

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Leena Mohadikar

| Feb 08, 2017

very useful

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priyankasholoana

| Feb 04, 2017

very useful article

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Karishma Thakker

| Feb 04, 2017

Very useful article

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pankajini Bagh

| Feb 03, 2017

very useful article

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Ruchi Rana

| Feb 02, 2017

nice article

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