Here are some ideas on sharing the story with children aged 3 to 6 years. This guide was developed for Nal’ibali by PRAESA
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World Read Aloud Day: Sharing the story with preschool children
Story Power: Bring it home
The most important thing to do when you read to children is to enjoy yourself because if you do, they will learn that reading is a pleasurable activity. There are no correct or incorrect ways to read to children, but here are some of our tips for sharing books together.
Story Power:15 benefits of sharing stories with children
Reading and telling stories with the children in your life is one of the most powerful gifts you can give them. The stories we hear and read as children help to shape us. But there are also many other benefits of sharing stories with children.
Tips for story activities
Reading a story with children for enjoyment is a great bonding and educational activity in itself. But did you know, you can do simple activities that extend the experience of the story for your children and enhance their learning? Here are some tips to help you do this. Try out one tip at a time. See which ones work best for you and your children.
Tips for choosing books
You can play a very important part in helping your children choose the books that will get them ‘hooked’ on reading and stories. Here are some tips to help you. Try out one tip at a time. See which ones work best for you and your children.
Tips for reading with your child
Most of us need a little help when we start reading with children for the first time. Here are some tips to help make it satisfying for all involved. Try out one tip at a time. See which ones work best for you and your children.