Using a "flip flap" interactive book always makes reading MORE fun for the child. It also allows him control. By you the parent or instructor emphasizing the language, he will repeat the sounds naturally. Also, you can ask him what things are. Make sure the child has eaten (not sick or tired), have good lighting, and only the ONE book for focus purposes. These are just some tips for helping your child that have worked for me. Thanks for watching!
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