All month long, I’ve been sharing daily reading tips for parents and caregivers.
Quick, easy, inspiring tips that will hopefully make everyone who loves children realize that with a teeny bit of effort, he or she can make a really big difference when it comes to literacy learning for kids.
I’m trying to keep the tips super short, but sometimes I get chatty.
This one is geared toward the littler kids–but it’s definitely worth watching even if you elementary school-aged children as well.
I’ve written about names many, many times over here on this ole bloggy blog.
Watch the video first, and then check out the posts if you want a bit more ‘how-to’.
Check it out:
Here you go: (click on the image to find the post!)
What burning questions do you have about reading or literacy? I’d love to hear them so that I can (hopefully!) address the topic during one of the videos.
Just leave it below, and I’ll do what I can to cover it. Looking forward to this!
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Cheers, and happy reading during this incredibly exciting journey!
Want a few more early literacy or alphabet activities? Check out:
- backyard alphabet hunt
- homemade alphabet book
- leafy letter learning
- ABC hunt
- on the road ABC hunt
- lowercase ABC hunt
- build your own bingo: uppercase and lowercase match
- ABC cards and clothespin match
- alphabet letter splash
- alphabingo (play with lowercase letters)
- alphabet letter lids
- leafy outdoor alphabet hunt
- build your own board game
- clothespin letter match
- 10 fun ways to learn the alphabet
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