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Reading is also important. It will be exciting and rewarding for your child to read from their own handwriting after they have completed their lesson.Never lose your patience when your child is learning how to write. Here's a few tips to get you started: Provide a quiet, comfortable, and warm atmosphere to work with your child. Make sure your child understands the directions before beginning a handwriting lesson. Show your child how to write on a separate paper while you're giving the instructions. Limit each session to one or two lessons.
speak English, it is parents who teach their young children to speak their home language. Throughout the first two years of life, it is often the mother’s voice and her special way of talking, called ‘parentese’, that teaches young children about language and how to talk. Parents, even with a basic knowledge of English, can successfully support their young child learning English by re-using and adjusting many of these same parentese techniques. Parents may worry about their accent in English. Young children have a remarkable ability to alter their accent to match the English of their surroundings. Young children need to feel ‘I can speak English’ and ‘I like English’ and their parents’ support can help them achieve this from their first lessons. Young children look for their parents’ praise. They need to feel good, and know they are making progress in English. Continuous positive support, encouragement and praise from both mother and father, as well as the extended family, helps to build up self-confidence and motivate. In the early stages of learning, encouragement is especially important and praise for any small success motivates. ‘That’s good.’ ‘I like that.’ ‘Well done!' .
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