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Learning steps from sounds to alphabets-(r, j and v)

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“I hear and I forget. I see and I remember. I do and I understand”.

Our ELP 2 children of CPS Global School, Thirumazhisai were involved in
learning the relationship between sounds and letters. Children who start their
reading journey with phonics tend to have excellent phonemic awareness,
which is the ability to hear, identify, and manipulate letters symbols with their
appropriate sounds. Phonemic awareness helps children to pronounce words
easily, even if they are not familiar with.
We introduced letters r, j and v focusing on the sound by assembling images of
the objects associated with the letters. Our children compiled the cut outs of
objects and made rocket, jaguar and pasted in their scrap book. The tiny little
fingers accomplished the activity with dexterity and enjoyment. Last but not
the least, we did the volcano activity. Children stuck the volcano cut out with
the impression of tiny hands making the activity alluring.
One of the most important skills that have been developed through art is fine
motor development. Fine motor activity involves the use of small muscles that
control the hand, fingers and thumbs. The ability to accomplish self-care and
everyday tasks by using motor skills help to build a child’s self-esteem and
confidence. When children use their fingers to manipulate art materials they
develop their fine motor skills. It was an activity which they have relished and
will cherish for a long time.


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