Monday, 14 November 2011


Francis Bacon wrote that, “Some books are to be tasted, others to be swallowed and some few are to be chewed and digested.” And the Alphabet, numbers, etc., are to be digested as they are the foundation of your child’s educational life. You cannot deny the fact that those buildings which have stronger foundation remains for a long time. As well as, there is no denying that fact that, the books are always a man’s best friend.
Books are the main and most significant medium of imparting knowledge and education to the kids. The books are the window to their perfect understanding of the different topics. The kids’ books are specially designed to offer knowledge and information to the kids in an amusing and fun way. Nowadays we don’t have to go looking for kids’ books in the book shops and book-markets. Kid’s books are also available in the virtual world. Now kids can read entire volumes of their favorite books by just placing their orders on the internet with just a few clicks of the mouse.
Most of the children start recognizing a few letters of the 26 alphabets at the age of 2 or 3 and can identify most letters by the age of 4 or 5. This means that parents should begin teaching their children alphabets when he is around 2 years old, they take time to learn and have mastery over, so don’t expect that for some time. What’s more, toddlers and tiny tots learn differently from older children, so don’t pull out the flash cards and audiotapes just yet. Rather, at this time parents should rely on visual aids such as colorful alphabet picture books — Early learning ABC, The Alphabet, Topsy and Tim Little ABC Library, Fun With Alphabet, The Great Alphabet Hunt etc., which can serve the purpose greatly. 
Parents and children can glean comprehensive information on the kids’ books, teaching aids, student supplies, office stationery, activity books, CDs and DVDs of various popular games, school bags, school uniforms, shoes, lunch boxes, pencil boxes, erasers, pens, pencils and all such stuff on internet sitting at the home.

No comments:

Post a Comment