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Rhymes and action songs play a crucial role in child’s development. It is an easy and fun way of learning. The nursery rhyme world is half imaginary and kids dwell in it with delight. Delight word is the peculiar quality of this world. It has been observed that concepts, if taught in form of a song, get registered easily in a child’s mind. It also enhances the vocabulary and memory skills of the kids.
Following are the points that would be helpful for effective teaching:

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Daisy Joemon Posted: Thursday, May 16, 2013 9:06:29 AM(UTC)
Hai, First you recite the full ryhme to your kid with action , explain each meaning if you could, you can also use some teaching aids which are available to u and also some drawings. Then you repeat each line and ask the child to repeat it four, five times,then together u and kid recite the whole ryhme and sure u r kid will learn it soon
Dr. Roshani Dave Posted: Thursday, November 29, 2012 6:00:36 PM(UTC)
some children r not interested in poem , but u can teach her by showing pictures, let her sing in rhythm, give more practice.
nitu Posted: Thursday, November 8, 2012 1:18:02 PM(UTC)
please tell me how i teach my 4 years daughter when i teach her English poems she can not speak correctly i can not understand what should i do? should i give her a tuition?