SHARED BOOK READING
The best books picked from children’s literature from around the world introduce children to rich language, evocative pictures, multicultural themes.
STORY DISCUSSIONS, TWIST IN THE TALE
Children work in groups to analyse story plots and characters and imagine creative new twists to the story through team building activities.
THEMATIC LEARNING AND LANGUAGE FOCUS
We group stories by fun themes to help build concepts and social skills, and by specific language skills to ensure a child's holistic language development.
Once upon a story-time... a child traipsed all over a far away land. One day he was a big brown dog chasing butterflies, the next day saw him a cheeky little monkey swinging from the tree-tops! Each day though, he came home with a mind brimming with curiosity, new words, rich language insights and a blossoming imagination. Let that child be yours!
Books open up the whole world for your child, igniting new possibilities and inspiring independent thought. Experts believe an early exposure to quality children’s literature serves as the most natural, effortless and effective way to introduce young children to language, vocabulary, print and grammar.
Our weekly story sessions at Little Readers’ Nook delve deep into picture story books, combining the best of oral storytelling and shared book reading to develop your child’s language skills - vocabulary, comprehension and communication, as well as creative thinking, emotional intelligence and a lifelong love for reading, helping you shape.....
creative thinkers, confident communicators and unabashed book-lovers!
Dramatic narration coupled with strong visual imagery and lots of sensory details works on your child’s imagination and listening skills.
STORY RECREATION THROUGH FREE PLAY
Child-led imaginative play with story puppets and props supports recall and recreation of vocabulary, characters and events from the story.
MULTI-SENSORY VOCABULARY ENRICHMENT
New words introduced in multiple ways - picture cards, discussions, sensory play, enactments and doodles - are rooted in the child's mind.
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