Practicing Rhymes

Who here does not remember a rhyme sung or recited during childhood by parents and teachers? In addition to being fun and curious, rhymes are very important in language development. The rhymes are excellent for helping children develop early language skills. This is because they increase awareness of spelling and phonemes, which are essentially the sounds that make up words.

In this sense, practicing rhyming texts out loud is fun and helps children to better understand the meanings of words. And that allows for a broader understanding of the language

And as we are learning about the oval shape here at Hyde & Seek the rhyme of the week was Humpty Dumpty’s. Can you recite it as well as our children?

No Comments Yet

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *