Narrating a story

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Stories form a base in any child’s learning curve. Reading aloud is something that a parent or teacher can do when the children are small (ex: 1 to 6 years of age).

Reading aloud means the parent points each word of the story and reads to the child such that the child can observe and absorb the word as part of their literature building.

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Skillioma Home (March 1, 2024) Narrating a story. Retrieved from https://repo.skillioma.com/narrating-a-story/.
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"Narrating a story." Skillioma Home [Online]. Available: https://repo.skillioma.com/narrating-a-story/. [Accessed: March 1, 2024]

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