Reading Unknown Words

If you are reading this article right now then there are chances that your kid has come of age when he is supposed to start learning about syllables and well if that’s the case then yes, you are definitely at the right place!

You see, for starters, you need to tell your child that a syllable is basically a unit of pronunciation. It contains a vowel sound all alone or it contains a vowel along with one or more than one consonant sounds. Other than this, if you want to teach your little one about syllables then don’t worry because you won’t ever run short of options and solutions.

You see, the biggest advantage of this tutorial is that they are all visuals and that’s exactly what children get attracted to. With visuals, it will be easier for your child to grab the concept of syllables and you can then easily talk about the two syllable words too with your kid.

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