Books and learning products for toddlers and kids can easily give one the idea that our children are being groomed for a future in farming or a jungle expedition. Some of the things chosen to represent the alphabet can be a little random and a lot a bit irrelevant.
If you were learning a new language, don’t you think it’d be easier if the references and phrases were relatable and familiar to you? We don’t try to learn how to operate a copy machine by reading instructions in Japanese, do we? Okay. Bad example. But I’m sure you get the idea.
This Instructional Diagram can help. You see, I figure if you sprinkle a ton of something you know onto something you don’t know, maybe learning won’t be so hard. Kids have it rough enough, even with lots of pictures of animals they may never see in their entire lives.
Talk their language when you’re trying to teach them language. DUH!
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These are like learning, except you’ll open your mouth for laughs instead of yawning.