Hortense Cousteau - March 13, 2022 - Reading Worksheet
The first time you feel heavy in your head when studying history is when your child is in school. Not because the teacher is not enthusiastic about teaching it. It all started with a book with too many writings and few pictures in it. Then how to teach children to read history books and understand them? Let’s discuss it below.
As for how to teach history to early childhood by reading and understanding it, including:
This has been done a lot with a certain time. Before the pandemic hit all countries in the world, the time to take children to historical places while reading medieval times books could be done every 3 months but must have a mutual agreement first.
As previously mentioned, your child has a hobby of reading. So you have to take advantage of it so that children can know history from an early age through the books they read. As a parent, you must be ready to be asked this and that because early age is a moment that will not be exhausted by questions. So automatically, parents must participate in updating knowledge.
There is a period that can be filled by not just watching your favorite cartoon. Playing videos about the history of medieval times is the right medium because children will not be bored. Yes, reading history books alone must be boring, therefore variations in the form of watching videos can be done.
You must train children to understand the history of themselves. The trick is to ask questions to tell them where they have been studying with their parents. Surely from there will arise questions that we can convey to explore its potential. Even to see how enthusiastic the children are in telling their experiences.
Every child would love to be invited to play. For example, making new things from handicrafts. Well, making a collage about the history of medieval times can also be a medium of learning. Children are asked to cut out medieval times’ portraits and put them together on a sheet. Below are examples of medieval times reading comprehension worksheets that can be studied with children while walking around town to understand history.