Parlendas are children’s rhythms that serve as an educational and entertainment system for children, helping in memorizing and fixing some concepts. Thus, there is the possibility of illustrated parlendas, which bring rhymes and illustrations that help to memorize and even create artistic activities.
In this way, parlendas are kinds of texts that can be recited at a certain pace, facilitating children’s understanding and being part of the popular and oral literature of Brazilian folklore.
Following the proposal to work with children, we have assembled illustrated parlors to work with rhythmic texts with illustrations, so that children can work with popular literature and still be entertained with coloring activities.
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Illustrated parlenda templates for printing
Short illustrated parlays
Among the styles of parlendas to work with early childhood education, there are the versions of short parlendas, which are rhythmic texts and of short size, facilitating the understanding of younger children and working on the beginning of memorization.
The shorter parlendas are ideal for different moments, and can be worked in the classroom or even at home, creating a fun moment with the children and working the learning in a playful way.
Funny illustrated speeches
The illustrated parlors can follow different styles, and there are also funny versions, which appear through rhythmic and fun texts.
Thus, texts that can be read in a rhythmic way can have a context funny, having fun with the kids while learning.
This way of working with Brazilian folklore is also a memorization activity and ideal for younger children who are in the memorization and literacy phase.
Illustrated speeches to complete
Among the activities that can be developed through the illustrated parlendas, there is the possibility of working with options to complete.
In this case, the parlendas bring space to complete a few words, working with memorization and literacy.
Some of the activities can bring the illustration of the word that must be completed, and so the child develops the interpretation through the drawings.
Now just choose your favorite versions of rhythmic and illustrated texts to work with children and develop skills focused on literature, Brazilian folklore and artistic activities.