Easy Books: Yulya and Lyusya
A book for initial reading with word syllable division. Vowels E and Ё are absent; consonants Й, Х, Ц, Ч, Щ, as well as Ь and Ъ are also absent.
Nina Romanova’s “Easy Books” is a series of books that were written following the principle of gradually increasing the complexity of the text. These are simple and amusing stories that captivate both adults and children.
This is a series of books for children who are beginning to read in Russian and are proficient in a second language. The design of the series takes into account the age-related perception of younger children. The storylines closely resonate with children, evoking strong positive emotions and fostering the child’s motivation.
Only 24 letters are needed to read this book. In the third book, we learn to read combinations with the letter Ю and reinforce combinations with the letter Я. For example, syllables like ня-ню, ля-лю.
Combinations with soft consonants can be challenging for little ones who are fluent in English. Teach your child to pronounce such combinations correctly as early as possible, and they won’t have an English accent in the Russian language. This is much easier to accomplish during the reading.
Read with your child! Read and discuss! Read and imagine!
Best of luck!
Vika Tyazhelnikova graduated from M. V. Lomonosov Moscow State University (MSU) and subsequently completed her postgraduate studies there. After moving to the United Kingdom, she taught the Russian language to children in London. In 2008, she founded the company LinguaPlay, which currently unites ten Russian language schools in London. Vika continues to lead speech and reading development classes, preparatory classes following the Russian school curriculum, as well as classes for preparing for the GCSE and A-level exams in Russian language. Under the pseudonym Nina Romanova, she writes books for children who are beginning to read in Russian.
|22 × 22 × 0.5 cm