Pre-reading skills of 3 year olds
children should have the ability to:-
- Control eye movement as the activity of reading requires rapid movement of the eyes.
- Control the movement of the fingers and wrist to hold the crayon, chalk or pencil and the book, and turn pages etc.
- See the minute differences in shapes such as ‘E’ and ‘F’ or a square and a rectangle.
- Associate sounds with shapes.
- Combine sounds for example, ‘a’, ‘ce’ etc. as in ‘car’, ‘cell’ respectively.
- Understand part-to-whole relationship (which is essential to understand that letters are combined to form words and words are put together to form sentences).
- Understand the meaning of invariance (to understand that letters and words, even if written in a different colour or size, remain the same and are sounded the same way)
- Pay attention to a particular-task for some time, i.e., have an adequate attention span.
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