Tang poems, achievement baby
Guide: Is it too early for a 2-year-old baby to learn Tang poetry, can he understand the connotation of ancient poetry?
The answer is yes, as long as you associate ancient poems with daily life and give your baby a visual understanding.
In this way, babies can easily bear Tang poems and increase their knowledge!
When children are two or three years old, they can go to kindergarten nursery classes to learn ancient poetry.
Some mothers think that children are too young, how can they understand ancient poetry?
This concept is incorrect.
Toddlers have amazing intuition and strong memory skills. If they teach children to learn ancient poems by singing, memorizing, and telling stories during travel, games, or common life scenes, they will soon be memorized into chanting, and they will learn from middle schoolTo a lot of knowledge about history, geography and culture can benefit them forever.
The baby has limited understanding ability. When teaching him (or her) ancient poems, he must start with specific scenes and firmly grasp a “beauty” word, so that the ancient poetry has beautiful language, beautiful rhythm, beautiful scenery, beautiful imageThe human beauty deeply infiltrates the baby’s pure and empty, spotless young heart, which exposes him to the influence of beauty and the classic baptism.
Thus, as Mr. Yu Qiuyu said, letting children “travel the world is a cultural Chinese.
“Scenario 1: The farmer sees the white goose chanting” Goose “. Almost all the babies learn ancient poems, starting from King Luo Bin’s” Goose “. This poem is written in a plain and easy-to-understand manner., Goose, goose, song Xiang Xiang.
White fur floats in green water, and anthurium waves clear.
“This poem shows the dynamic beauty of the goose with floating movements and water movement details; instead, it has the color words” white “,” green “,” red “, and” clear “to express the beauty of color.
So the living image of the goose came to life.
If the mother took the baby to the farmhouse and saw the big white goose in the pond and river, while teaching him this poem, while teaching the baby to observe the goose’s living habits, and imitating the movements of the goose to make a game, the child will soon remember.
Before the child is two or three years old, there is no explanation for reading poems. Just read the poems as singing and feel the rhythm in them.
When the child is four or five years old, add “explanation”.
Instead, the explanation must be simple, briefly explain the meaning of the poem, and explain one or two words that affect understanding at the same time.
For example, when teaching “Goose, Goose, Goose”, since the poem itself is so clear, just explain what “ququ” is.
Scene 2: The child leftovers teaches “Ben Nong” Some babies love leftovers, often thinking about playing and snacking after half eaten, will say “I do n’t like to eat, what’s so great about pouring food?”
“At that time, I taught my child” Fool “a poem that was very contradictory:” On the day of He He, sweat dripped into the soil.
Whoever misses a plate of Chinese food is hard.
“This Tang poem reads eloquently, and a baby of two or three years old can understand it with a little explanation.
Conditional mothers can also take the baby to the countryside to experience the hard work of picking wheat ears. The mother can use the baby’s “sweat drops to the soil” to pick up the wheat ears and cook a small bowl of wheat kernel porridge for the baby.The best experience is “whoever misses a plate of Chinese food, all of them are hard.
“This poem, with its sweaty saltiness, is often necessary to be a” pre-meal Thanksgiving text “read before meals. Mothers can also use this to gradually change the bad habits of replacing snacks, picky eaters, and partial food with snacks.
Scene 3: The baby was woken up by a bird to teach “Spring Xiao” in spring and summer, and the baby could n’t sleep because he wanted to sleep. The mother could lie in bed with the baby and read a poem “Spring Sleep”:bird.
The night comes wind and rain, Whispering Colour.
“Mom can explain a little bit: Why is the baby still sleepy after waking up?
This is because the night is short in spring, and the sky is bright shortly after falling asleep, and the early birds are singing happily outside.
Listen, alas, Didi Lili. Some of the birds are like a soprano soprano, and some are like a bass, far and near. They come from all directions to form a beautiful and pleasant harmony.
No need to look, no question, just the birds singing, the poet can imagine this is a sunny, bright, red and green morning.
However, speaking of this, the poet suddenly remembered that in his sleep last night, it seemed that he had heard the wind and rain, and the sound of the whining wind sandwiched the sound of rustling rain.The flowers were blown off and left the branches prematurely.
… After reading the poem, the mother can take the baby to Jiexin Park and Civic Plaza to see the colorful scenes of red flowers at the end of the spring, or pick some flowers back to place the dried flower paintings, to further understand the mood of “How many flowers are known”.
Scene 4: Watching Liu Yin singing “Wing Liu” by the river in the spring, when the mother took the baby to the river or the lake to go green, she saw thousands of weeping willows dancing in the spring breeze. On each willow, the newly emerged little willow buds are like greenThe emerald jade, in these circumstances, is the best scene to teach the baby “Wing Liu”.
“Jade’s make-up is tall, tens of thousands of green silk hanging down.
I do not know who cut out the thin leaves, February spring breeze like scissors.
The first sentence, “Jasmine makes a tree tall” describes the emerald green of the willow, highlighting its beauty.
The second sentence, “Ten Thousands of Drops of Green Silk,” means that the weeping willow branches are like thousands of ribbons, highlighting its softness.
The third sentence, “I don’t know who cut out the thin leaves,” writes willow leaves, highlighting the delicate shape of the willow leaves just sprouted.
And “I do n’t know who cut it out?
“After that, the poet asked again and again;” February spring breeze is like scissors.
“A question and answer like this made a perfect transition from willow to spring breeze.
Since Spring Breeze can cut out these delicate willow leaves, of course, it can also cut out tender green and red flowers and plants.
Spring breeze is like holding the most magical pair of scissors in the world, tailoring the world in the eyes of the baby.
Through the explanation of this poem, the mother can cultivate the baby’s sensitivity to seasonal changes, give the baby a pair of bright eyes, and let him appreciate the magical changes and vitality of nature.
Like Du Fu’s “Quiju” “Two yellow crickets sing and willow, a group of egrets go to the sky.”
“You can also teach it in a similar scene. Du Fu’s little poem is as beautiful as a painting. Mothers can teach their children to paint with brushes, lush weeping willows, and singing orioles.
The top half of the picture is the blue sky, and a group of egrets fly in line.
In the mountains in the distance, there is snow that can not change for years.
There is a hut nearby, the river in front of the gate is flooding, and the surface of the water is moored by distant ships.
“Drawing the poem” for your baby is a very intuitive educational solution.
Can help the baby realize that: Willow new green, this is not the color of spring?
Huang Ying sings, isn’t this the voice of spring?
The egret flew back from the south.
While the Chunjiang River is full of water, Jiangdong’s large ships are not far away, indicating that people have begun business and labor for one year.
All this constitutes a clear theme: spring is here, and the plan for the year lies in spring.
Scene 5: In the cauliflower field, the child flutters the butterfly and teaches “Su Gong Xu Gongdian”. In spring, watching rapeseed is the most important leisure activity of a family with a baby. Fluttering the butterfly, the whole body, the camera, leaving the baby naiveThe sloppy figure, and at this time is the best time to teach the baby Yang Wanli’s poem “Xu Gongdian in Suxin City”, “The fence is sparse and deep, and the flower of the tree head is not overcast.
The child hurried to chase the yellow butterfly and flew into the cauliflower to find nowhere.
“If the baby’s understanding is difficult, the mother can compose the poem into a story and tell the baby to listen to it, for example:” A long time ago, an uncle named Yang Wanli went out to travel through a hotel, and the host’s name was Xu.
The beautiful scenery in front of him stopped him.
Looking ahead, a path stretched far into the distance. On both sides of the path were wooden fences and small trees neatly separated like soldiers.
The small flowers on the branch are scattered and some have fallen.
There were some children playing on the grass, and one of them was chasing a golden butterfly.
Butterflies turned west, lowered, hula flew into the golden cauliflower field, and the child stared at the big eyes for a long time, but did not distinguish between the butterfly and the cauliflower.
Just give up!
“Taking the poem into a story and telling it to the baby can help the baby imagine such a simple and interesting life scene. This is the enjoyment of reading poetry.
In order for children to have a long-term interest in learning ancient poetry, the most important point is that mothers should not treat backing ancient poetry as a task imposed on him, rather than a common hobby of mother and child, to slowly feel and imagine together.
Scenario 6: The baby teaches “Jing Ye Si” too much when he misses home. The mother thinks it is difficult for the baby to understand the feelings in Li Bai’s “Je Ye Si”. In fact, otherwise, when the child travels outside, he quarrels to go home at night.Children’s loneliness far from home has a more delicate and real feeling than adults.
In a foreign country, moonlight hits the bed, the child opens his eyes in the dark, and his mother tells many stories that won’t let him sleep peacefully, so why not teach him “the moonlight before the bed is suspected to be frost on the ground.”
Look up at the moon, and look down at your hometown.
“Tell the baby that the poet later realized that the ground should be moonlight instead of hoarfrost, so he had endless reveries. He looked up and looked for the good wishes sent by his family from afar in this bright moon.
But the poet was eager to wear it, but still could not get a consolation from Mingyue. In desperation, he had to bow his head and contemplate.
The bright moon on my head, the hometown of my heart, don’t have any taste in my heart!
Scenario 7: Mom teaches “You Ziyin”, “Mother Zi is in the line, and You Zi coats” while weaving her baby’s sweater.
Departure thick seam, meaning fear of delay in return.
Whoever speaks carelessly is reported to San Chunhui.
“For the baby, the short six-sentence poem is an important emotional education that teaches him gratitude, and is also a part of spiritual education.
When mom is knitting sweaters, sewing pants, and buttons for babies, it is most appropriate to teach this poem.
You can let your baby see clearly what is “the loving mother’s hands and clothes on the swimmer’s body” and what is the flesh and blood of the mother and child.
The middle two sentences focus on loving mother’s movements and mentality, showing the mother’s affection for her son.
Although there is no speech or tears, it is full of true love.
The last two poems say that the mother likes the sun in spring, and the child looks like grass that bathes in the sun. The mother can ask the baby about this, how should she repay the love of her mother or elder?
TIPS teaches the N principles of ancient poetry to nurture children’s aesthetics. 1. Don’t explain each sentence verbatim, and translate every poem into “vernacular.”
What is to be prevented in teaching ancient poetry is precisely “excessive interpretation”.
The beauty of the artistic conception and the writing in the poems are important to understand. These are originally without explanation. One explanation is the restraint of the imagination and the destruction of the beauty of language.
2. A lot of reading and recitation is still the most classic way to learn ancient poetry, and it is also the simplest and most effective.
“The poetry is read a hundred times, and its meaning is self-explanatory” makes sense.
3. Don’t buy the kind of CD that teaches your baby to recite poems quickly because of the number of poems they recite. This disc composes ancient poems with fast-changing animations and dynamic music.”Rap and rap” is read out, turning all poems into soundtracks “Allegro”, which is actually a great insult to the artistic beauty and ideological beauty of ancient poems.
4. Don’t let the child perform poems for others, and don’t tell them how many poems he has memorized in front of the children, so that the child can have a pure love for poetry, and he can also have a genuine affection for ancient poetry.
5. Nowadays, there are many good selections of classical poems for young children. Generally there are relatively complete annotations. There should be no problem in reading.
You can buy more versions to teach your baby what you like.
The ancient poem that coincides with the baby’s daily scene can be taught first, and the baby is easy to understand.
If your baby does not understand a certain poem differently from the book, don’t deny the child easily, you can encourage him to say what he thinks.
Don’t restrict his imagination, because the understanding of poetry is inherently diverse, and it is not necessary to seek for a standard answer.