Where do you start when it comes to teaching children how to read? I have taught so many TK/Kindergarten students how to read over the years and then something magical happened….it was finally time to teach MY OWN son how to read! We have been practicing 4 pre-reading strategies at home, the same ones I use in the classroom, and he is working though the process of learning those foundational skills to start his reading journey.
There are 4 areas I focus on first when teaching children how to read:
✅ Letter Knowledge
✅ Phonological Awareness
✅ Letter Sounds
✅ Blending Sounds to Read Words
I have a 50 page download for you that will focus on each strategy. For each strategy I give you an explanation of what it is, teaching tips, learning activities, and printables to teach with! This would be perfect for teachers, teachers to send home to parents, homeschool parents, or anyone who is ready to start teaching kids how to read!
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free Letter tracing activity A-Z upper and lower case
Practice letter formation with these independent, engaging, and zero-prep. printables! Use them for whole group, homework, small group, or for students that need extra practice with writing their letters.