Nursery Rhymes help youngest pupils

November 18, 2016

Research shows that children who learn traditional nursery rhymes before they are 5 are more likely to succeed in literacy throughout the rest of their schooling. Therefore the youngest children in each of the foundation classes were invited to attend weekly sessions to develop their listening and speaking skills. Liz from “Action For Children” brought lovely story sacks with visual aids/toys/puppets for each rhyme. These children also got the opportunity to sing their rhymes to the rest of the class.



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