Rhymers are Readers: Why Teaching Traditional Nursery Rhymes is Conductive to Reading Comprehension

Rhymers are Readers: Why Teaching Traditional Nursery Rhymes is Conductive to Reading Comprehension

Very young children are fascinated with repetitive auditory and verbal skills. Through games, voice production exercises and imagination, teachers will become confident in the role traditioal nursery rhymes play in reading comprehension of the young child. British born theatre educator, Felicity Enas, who created “Mother Goose & Friends” ( see YA catalog) has a lifelong love of traditional nursery rhymes and how they create reading interest in the young child.

Felicity Enas

Teachers of Grades: PreK – 2
Workshop Length: 3 or 6 Hours
Participant Limit: 30

3 Hour Workshop: $550
6 Hour Workshop: $1000

Note: A 6 hour workshop includes 5 hours of instruction and one hour for lunch