True Friends of Children: English Alphabetical Rhymes, a book of simple and fun methods for introducing children to wonders of learning, shows how to harness powers of imagination and intelligence in children and how to foster brilliance with a storehouse of rhymes and rhythm, words and idioms and facilitates reading, reciting and speaking, in addition to the traditional skills of remembering and understanding.
The book contains wonderful exercises in rhythmic words and objects, opens up horizons of creative imagination and good food for thought children of all ages can digest. It systematically presents lessons that help develop imagination in familiar contexts and aspects of creative intelligence, building it all on elementary topics of everyday life, in deliciously provocative and educative ways. All rhymes, A through Z, are arranged in alphabetical order and are designed to help develop skills of reading, writing, spelling, speaking and reciting.
Topics covered include language, mathematics, sciences, social studies, health and welfare, elementary and information technologies, and communication skills with a view to help our children remember things, develop clear concepts, revise ideas and develop new ones, unlock imagination in a digital world. They can save time and concentrate and make progress all the time. Children learn to think from very early on. One good book can help a child think, enjoy, learn and ask better. Questions help children grow aware of their surroundings.
The child-friendly design and homely presentation of True Friends of Children: English Alphabetical Rhymes can help our children think better and ask more about life. The author, Shawal Khan, makes a meticulous contribution to learning by example methods in child education. To internalize beauty of learning is to ensure success in early stages of education for every child.