“Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers.”
A famous tongue twister many of us may have tried saying over and over, trying to go faster each time. While a game of tongue twisters can lighten up an informal gathering, it could be much more than that.
Tongue twisters are not just a way to make children giggle or make adults fumble their words. They could also be a great tool to improve children’s pronunciation and vocabulary skills.
On this Christmas day, Day 25 of the 25 days of learning series, let’s sink our teeth into these holiday tongue twisters. Ask your child to start slowly, then repeat them a few times, after which they can go as fast as possible.
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