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The eas­i­est way to teach a child to read, in our opin­ion, is this:

  1. You bring home Smart Girl®. Cubes Read­ing Easy
  2. With a mys­te­ri­ous look, tell the child (3+ years) that some­thing inter­est­ing is about to hap­pen…
  3. Open the box togeth­er. Look­ing at cubes.
  4. You take cube num­ber 1 and show the let­ters to the baby: M and A. And how does it sound togeth­er? That’s right, MA!
  5. Offer to find anoth­er cube, where there is a tact of the let­ter. Dynam­ic (dou­ble) cubes are con­nect­ed by dies, the child will turn them in pens and find exact­ly the same squig­gles M and A.
  6. We put the cubes togeth­er. The first is MA. Sec­ond…? The kid will say: “MA”. And now togeth­er: “MA-MA”. Hooray! Your child has read the first word!
  7. We put the cubes togeth­er. The first is MA. Sec­ond…? The kid will say: “MA”. And now togeth­er: “MA-MA”. Hooray! Your child has read the first word!
  8. We praise, rejoice, empha­size that it is not dif­fi­cult to read, and your child is already doing great.

In prin­ci­ple, the first les­son can be com­plet­ed on this, but if there is a fuse, we open the book for par­ents from the kit, and — we play on!

Approx­i­mate­ly the same — your baby will make words him­self, twist the cubes, replace one let­ter and see how the word changes from this. Sim­ple, fun, effec­tive!

Impor­tant: the child begins to read imme­di­ate­ly in ware­hous­es, bypass­ing the let­ter-by-let­ter stage. That is, he does not have M‑O-L-O-K‑O, but MO-LO-KO.

Read aloud — we think, obvi­ous­ly, in which case the speed of read­ing (and think­ing!) Is high­er!

Smart Girl®. Blocks I Read Easy is a set of unusu­al blocks that will teach your child to read in a play­ful way. You don’t need to know let­ters to get start­ed. The tech­nique is very sim­ple and at the same time effec­tive, it is suit­able for chil­dren from 3 years old. The child will read in the first les­son, and he will like it!


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