A new trend in children's early reading has emerged; picture books. Children love them for their excellent creativity and humorous expression. In Kindergartens, they are gradually becoming a popular addition to the syllabus. Children are becoming familiar with picture books through various forms and methods, and at the same time, teachers can also enjoy the charm of picture books.
There are many different ways to read an excellent picture book.. Recently, picture books have been promoted in K1 and the children were introduced to a wide variety. K1A children listened and soon discovered they can also get close to the picture books.
“The very hungry caterpillar”is a short and interesting story that not only gives the child a preliminary sense of Numbers, but also a preliminary understanding of how the caterpillar turns into a butterfly. The images are bright, the fruit and other food often can be seen in our life , in fact, picture books permeate through our life!
By just looking at the words, children often miss the real fun that picture books can bring them. Therefore, we explored how to read picture books better，and how we can have fun with picture books.
The hand-made straw caterpillar looks just like a real one that playing with the children.
"Wow! The caterpillar is moving!”
"Look! It twists in front of us!"
“the caterpillar keeps twisting around. Is it hungry?”
The children began to guess and wonder about the caterpillar.
Interesting teaching tools not only attract children's attention and arouse their curiosity, but also guide children to learn and think actively.
Every towering tree was once a seed of happiness, let reading become the power of growth just like seeds! Let the sound of reading be the warmest sound in the world!
We hope that children can immerse themselves into the world of picture books through a variety of reading methods, so as to bring them more joy and wonderful experience of reading.We believe that such an experience can not only inspire children's thinking, imagination, observation and language skills, but also serve as a shortcut for children to interpret diverse cultures. We believe that this will make our children full of longing and imagination for future.