Native ReadingHow to Teach Your Child to Read, Easily and Naturally, Before the Age of Three

Author(s): Timothy D. Kailing


Give your child the gift of early, effortless, and lifelong literacy. Teaching your child to be a native reader is a joyful, creative and social experience. The techniques of native reading structure just a small portion of your child's natural play, but with this structure, they do something wonderful: the fundamental similarity of written and spoken language becomes apparent, even obvious, to a child. Reading is transformed into a spontaneous skill that children acquire effortlessly, as toddlers, in the course of their play. The benefits go far beyond simply reading early. When a child learns to read natively, deep neural connections are made between oral language and the written word. Reading is transformed into a less abstract and more natural skill. It becomes natively known, just as the ability to talk is known natively. A native reader has a mother tongue not only in the spoken language, but also, deeply, in the written language.


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  • : 9781434848819
  • : Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • : Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • : March 2008
  • : 22.90 cmmm X 15.20 cmmm X 1.90 cmmm
  • : books

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  • : 171
  • : Timothy D. Kailing
  • : en