Rhymes – This is a section in which rhymes have been recorded to read as well as listen. Make a cool learning habit for your child, visit daily and memorize rhymes in no time.
Research has proven that there are three learning styles – Visual, Auditory, and Kinesthetic! To know more about which learning style is suitable for your child to get the brain mapping assessment for your child. We have listed some rhymes here. Please click on the picture of the rhyme you want to go through and it will open in another tab. Come back to this tab once you want to listen and read another rhyme.A nursery rhyme is a traditional poem or song for children. Rhyming teaches children how language works. It helps them notice and work with the sounds within words. … When children are familiar with a nursery rhyme or rhyming book, they learn to anticipate the rhyming word. This prepares them to make predictions when they read, another important reading skill.
All those nonsensical verses from your childhood really do matter. They matter, because they rhyme. Rhyming is fun. And it’s a very important part of reading success.
Importance of Rhyming –
- Rhyming teaches children how language works. It helps them notice and work with the sounds within words.
- Rhymes help children experience the rhythm of language. As they recite nursery rhymes they learn to speak with animated voices. Someday they will read with expression as well.
- When children are familiar with a nursery rhyme or rhyming book, they learn to anticipate the rhyming word. This prepares them to make predictions when they read, another important reading skill.
- Rhyming is important for writing as well. It can help children understand that words that share common sounds often share common letters. For example, the rhyming words run, and the sun both end with –un.
- When listening to rhyming songs and poems children create a mental picture, expanding the imagination.
- Because rhyming is fun, it adds joy to the sometimes challenging task of learning to read.