How to help a 6 year old read

Between the ages of 3 and 4, your child is more interested in exploring words, numbers, and situations. Your child can form sentences of 6 words or so, and may even be able to write a few words down. Not all words will be correct or understandable, however. So to help a 6-year-old read, at the earlier stages, we will have to focus on phonics so later on, when they will be 6, the process of learning to read will be easier for your child and you’ll be surprised by happy it will make them if they start doing it right!

Your child will also start to develop friendships outside your family, and will be interested in sharing events and situations with you that they experience with others. This is a good time for your child to learn how to read, and one of the best ways to teach children to read is with Phonics.

Phonics is a well-known reading technique that helps children sound out sections of words, and then learn to put those sections together.

If your child is already falling behind at this age, it’s essential to give them the tools and materials necessary to get a good foundation for school. The following tool helps children master the building blocks of reading.

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