Itīs never too early to start exposing your kids to pre-reading activities. Find an activity and try it out today!
Learning Styles In Kids
Every person, adults and children alike, learn differently. Do you know how your child learns best?
Making French Toast With Your Preschooler
Make delicious french toast with your preschool while incorporating language and literacy concepts.
Phoneme Matching - A Phonemic Awareness Skill
Mastering the skill of phoneme matching helps kids hone their skills of hearing and working with the individual sounds of words which is the basic premise of phonemic awareness. Building up these key skills early on will dramatically increase the ease in which your child learns to read.
The Importance of Print Concept Skills
Research has shown a direct correlation between a young child's print concepts skills and their future success in reading, spelling, and writing. Read to find out how you can teach your child these important skills.
Understanding Reading Terminology
Are you overwhelmed at the thought of teaching your preschooler how to begin reading? The process can seem daunting if you are unfamiliar with key reading terminology. Come and learn what key reading terms mean along with some simple activities to develop these early literacy skills.
Using Children's Books For Learning
Reading books is a favorite past time for many preschoolers. Does your child have a favorite book that you read repeatedly? Use your child's favorite book as inspiration for a "day of fiction" to put a new spin on their most cherished book.
Why Is Rhyming Important? Preschool Education Homepage | Editor's Picks Articles | Top Ten Articles | Preschool Education Site Map
Without a doubt rhyming is a fun childhood game, often bringing on giggles and squeals as silly nonsense words are created. Still, the question begs to be asked: does rhyming serve an academic purpose? Or, is it merely a fun way to pass the time and be silly?
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