Your kid has grown enough to study and it’s time to teach him how to read and to count. But little children have difficulties in understanding and remembering abstract letters and figures. It’s better when a kid can not only hear and see but also touch the object of learning. And best of all, it’s when kids learn letters and figures while they play, then the studying process will be more interesting.
‘Lego Instructions’ app now contains instructions for building letters and figures out of Lego bricks. You and your kid together can make a whole alphabet and make words of it. Bring volume to the letters when you can take a letter in hand. You can think out what this or that letter looks like, for example, ask your kid what letter A looks like? And then let him try to come up with an answer. If he says that it looks like an arch, ask him to show you how a car can drive through the archway. And what if letter A looks like a cottage house? Who can peep out of the window?
And then ask your kid to name several words that start from this letter. When he is at ease with the letters and have no difficulty in recognizing them, then you may offer him to make his name using these letters or any other simple words. Such a game can be very exciting and it will help your kid to quickly memorize all letters and start reading.