Many of my students need repeated practice with reviewing their letters and sounds. When learning the alphabet, it is important that students know letter names, sounds, and learn how to write the letters. It is important to work with letters in many different ways so that students get repeated practice. And of course, I always love a good game.
Learning to write is an exciting step for all young children, but it is also very developmental. Different children learn to write letters at different ages and that is ok!
How can you support your child’s writing at home? Here are a few activities and projects you can do to help your child learn to write letters.
Continue reading “Letter Formation”
Do you want to know how to choose “just right” books for your child to read over the summer? Here are a few resources to help you out.
Sight words are those words that appear all the time in text, but are often difficult to read because you can’t use reading strategies to figure them out.
That is why children need to memorize sight words and learn them with automaticity! The more a child reads, and rereads a particular sight word, the more automatic it becomes. This helps them to become a better, more confident reader.
But, drilling sight words with flashcards can be B-O-R-I-N-G!!!!!
Here are 7 Fun, Quick, and Easy Activities to help your child learn their sight words.
Please click on the image above to download this freebie from my Teachers Pay Teachers store. Continue reading “7 Fun Ways to Practice Sight Words!”