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Our names are important to us. For many Children, the letters in their names will be the very first ones they learn how to write.
In this post, you will find tips to help children recognize, spell, and eventually write their names. You'll want to give the children in your care many opportunities to see and practice spelling their name. There are so many fun ways to practice this skill!
Invite your preschooler to learn and build CVC words!
Learning Consonant Vowel Consonant words are some of the first words that young children begin to learn.
Pair these literacy printables with magnet letters for endless hands-on fun!
When preschoolers are ready to learn letter formation be ready with a variety of engaging learning activities to support them! Fortunately there are many creative ways to use inexpensive materials and Pre-K Printable Fun resources to set up invitations to learn.
Teaching young children to read is such an exciting part of early childhood education!
Learning to love reading and value books starts way before children are ready to actually start reading. Encouraging reading starts in infancy and really takes root in the preschool years. Here are some ways to encourage and support early readers every day.
If you are in our FB Community, you may have noticed our new weekly D.I.Y on a $5 Budget challenge. Each week we encourage our members to share creative activities, and D.I,Y items for their program that they have made for under $5.
This week I thought I would get in on the action and share this fun fruit and vegetable pick up activity I created for $3.
Learning Rhyming Words is a big step for preschoolers in learning how to read.
Once your preschooler or kindergartner has mastered letter names and phonemes they are ready to start blending phonemes! CVC words help children to start blending the sounds letters make to sound out simple words.
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