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Rhymes and action songs play a crucial role in your child’s development. It is an easy and fun way of learning. The world of nursery rhymes is full of imagination and creativity. The rhymes not just help in improving your child's listening skills, but even help in boosting his imaginary skills, vocabulary and language skills.
If your toddler has reached the age when he or she can learn nursery rhymes, you must make it a point to introduce more and more rhymes. Sing it along and even you will feel the pleasure of it. However, teaching rhymes in the right way matters a lot. If you aren't sure how to go about it, then look at the following ways of teaching rhymes to your child.
1. Get audio and animated C.D. of rhymes from your local video library.
2. Buy good and colorful rhyme books from a near by book store.
3. Connect rhymes with daily routine/happenings. (For example: when its raining ask your child to recite any rhyme related to rain, or if he sees a cat ask him to recite a rhyme on cat)
4. Most importantly rhymes should be fun for the kids and not a regular study material.