Rhyming Books for Toddlers

Research into early literacy skills shows the importance of rhythm and rhyme.

Reading or listening to a story in rhythm and rhyme can help your child learn a broad range of vocabulary, alongside concentration skills and auditory discrimination.

Stories written in rhyme and rhythm help your children develop auditory discrimination, listening skills, a rich and broad vocabulary, a love of words for the sake of themselves, concentration skills, phonemic awareness, a love of books (as, hearing your voice, they come to associate reading with love and affection) poetry skills (which stimulate later imaginative, descriptive skills – so great for future composition).

Here’s  some great books to help!

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Various Authors contribute to this selection by Sue Atkins.

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