Reading With Kids Dailies

Wise mums know that a baby needs communication and language nourishment
almost as much as actual food. Watching a young person recognise spoken words and eventually pronounce these words in the right context is magical.Preparing to read takes these skills to the next level: one needs to be able to sort sounds and objects, to recognise rhymes, to be sensitive to rhythm and to be familiar with letters, characters and numbers to be able to read.

That’s what Kids Dailies offers with My Little Paper/Daily5: a weekly/daily selection of fun-filled material that will strengthen these skills surreptitiously.

My Little Paper/Daily5 offers themes that are of interest to preschool children. Combining real life pictures with illustrations, each theme comes to life through games and activities that your child will enjoy while learning to read. Milly and Finn, the mascots of My Little Paper/Daily5 will make sure of that!

By the time children connect printed signs to corresponding meaningful sounds,
they are well on their way to become readers! This huge step requires daily practice to solidify: schools offer plenty of routine reading, and impress on parents that their child must read at home no less than 15 to 20 minutes a day.Mums are often at a loss to find age appropriate material that children find appealing and genuinely WANT to read. That’s what Kids Dailies offers in Daily7: a selection of news that is of interest for a child in the early years of primary school. Daily7 develops educational infographics, cartoons, jokes and word games that will captivate a young child.
With the help of handy tools such as a dictionary and maps and the companionship of Daily7’s mascots, Rufus and Toby,  the reader learns new facts about the world every day. Throughout the course of the week a reader will travel the world,  read a variety of interesting news stories, and learn to read along the way.

Reading nourishes the imagination, shapes our views of the world and strengthens our minds. As kids progress in their primary school years their interest for more sophisticated news grows in proportion.When encouraged to read no less than 15 to 20 minutes a day at home, Daily10 becomes the trusted source of information for the newly confident reader.

From science and technology, to the animal kingdom or ancient civilizations, Daily10 compiles news that is intriguing to this age group. Daily10 readers find themselves effortlessly absorbed in the educational infographics, cartoons, jokes and word games published every day.With the help of handy tools such as a dictionary and maps and the companionship of Rex and Eddie, the Daily10 mascots, the reader learns new facts about the world every day while broadening his/her vocabulary. Confidence in reading grows quickly and easily.