Chat through stories
Your children will love you reading with them, especially if you ask questions as you go through the story together. It can help them remember new words, get more involved in the story, and keep them interested.
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Singing counting songs such as 5 currant buns, 10 green bottles, can be a great way to help your child count backwards.
If you come across a new word while you’re reading a story, try making up funny sentences with the new word.
Writing a list can be a great way for kids to use their imagination. Ask your child what they’d pack if they were going into the jungle? What might they find there, and would they need to include any special items?