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When young children acquire their mother tongue, they need time, first, to assimilate it, especially if they are also learning another language. Early learning of reading and writing is favored by immersing them in an environment full of rhymes, songs, and stories. Through constant contact with the language, finally, and when they are given a good reason to communicate, they will begin to use that new language in order to express themselves, first orally and then in writing. Here are some tips that will provide you with a good basis to develop literacy in English: Read many stories with your son. Children's stories are full of words and expressions appropriate and attractive to them and often contain many rhymes. In our blog, you can not only pay someone to do my essay but also find great recommendations of books and stories in English for the stage of children and the first elementary courses and, for somewhat older readers, our selection of books in English for primary school children. Recite rhymes and sing songs as a family. It is another way to get fully into English. On the LearnEnglish Kids website of the British Council, you can choose from lots of songs to start with.