Related common sense answers to accompany reading 1

QIn the past, literacy cards that looked at pictures were matched with pictures, but now there are many literacy cards in the bookstore that have only characters but no pictures. Is it better to buy some cards for babies?

  A thing worth reminding is that for young children, “both pictures and text” may not be a good thing.

It seems that text matching is good for adults or older children, but for younger children, because their working memory capacity is small, their ability to process different information at the same time is relatively limited.

According to the psychology profession, the “psychological load” is relatively limited. Therefore, when the children are shown pictures and text at the same time, the painted colors are more vivid, which is more likely to attract children’s attention.

Due to the limited psychological load, it is easy to ignore the accompanying text when paying attention to the brightly colored presentation.

As a result, the child may only remember the drawing but not the text, or recognize the text and the picture as a whole, instead of giving the picture meaning to the text.

As a result, when the text is separated from the painting, the text is not recognized.

In addition, for older babies, we generally do not encourage babies to recognize characters prematurely.

  However, for children who are slightly older and have preliminary reading skills, books with pictures and texts are good for them to read.

  Q My baby is over 2 years old and likes to read to her, but I find that she does not understand a lot of content.

When I read to her, I occasionally asked some questions in the book. She generally did not answer and was unwilling to answer. How can I guide her?

  A can tell the story more vividly in a way that the child likes, such as role-playing, or you can talk to the child about the interesting plot in the story, which can strengthen the child’s understanding of the book.

You can also tell a story more than once, and then deliberately tell the wrong thing to see how your child reacts.

Many times the child will say “no, no” to correct what the adult has intentionally said wrong.

But if you ask your child too many questions when telling a story, the child will feel that listening to the story is not a pleasure, but a burden.

Overly lengthy and incorrect disputes often interfere with children’s wholehearted enjoyment of listening to stories and are not welcomed by children!

Under the pressure of no problems, children will have easier access to the story itself and experience the fun that adults can’t.

  Q children are particularly fascinated with picture books and can sit there for a long time.

Why are paintings in painting books so magical?

  AWe have limited knowledge about children.

When we are “ignorant,” we can still embrace tolerance and give more room for adoption, so that the child ‘s future will be infinite.

Adults did not have the opportunity to read picture books when they were young. When they grew up, they missed many opportunities. Naturally, they express their imagination in picture books.

When the adult does not understand the mystery of the picture book, let the child relax and enjoy it if he wants to see it.

Children who are often exposed to picture books may be better at reading pictures than adults, especially if they know how to enjoy reading picture books.

Adults may wish to take a closer look and have a chance to chat with your children.

Let’s be modest, put down an adult’s shelf, maybe we can learn a few more tricks and really understand the mystery of picture books.

With the help of their children, many parents have finally become “outstanding picture book fans”.

Picture books exist for children, but not exclusively for them.

Japanese painting book publisher Mr. Nao Matsui has a famous saying: “Look at picture books through the eyes of children.

“If parents can really do this, they will realize the endless mystery and pleasure of depicting books.