Reading and writing don’t necessarily have to happen only in school or during study time at home. So, here’s how you can incorporate reading and writing into your child’s daily schedule
Label items present in your child’s immediate environment. For example, you can place a label that says ‘keys’ next to the keyholder or a sticker that reads ‘remote’ on the TV remote.
Give your child easy access to paper, crayons, and pencils, so they can write or draw whenever they wish to.
Give Easy Access
Encourage them to recognize and read words in their surroundings, such as hoardings and billboards, menu cards at restaurants, packaging labels, birthday or wedding cards, and even road signs
Encourage them to read
You can also ask your child to help you note down grocery shopping items, write to-do lists, and label their belongings
Ask them to help you