The Importance of Rhyme and Rhythm

In taking a developmental approach to literacy, language and communication, we have explored the importance in developing rhythm and rhyme in early learning and childcare settings and schools. CLICK HERE to read a blog post from The Imagination Tree that discusses this further and includes some great ideas to develop rhythm and rhyme in your setting.

As part of their work across the Early Level in taking a developmental approach to Emerging Literacy, Merkinch nursery and primary have been developing Rhyme Time through “Rhyme of the Week”. CLICK HERE – Rhyme of the Week guidance.

We’ve written a number of posts previously on supporting children’s literacy language and communication development through rhyme and rhythm. CLICK HERE – Highland Literacy Rhyme posts.

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