What Happens at Primarily Learning?
- First, we aim to maximize each child’s learning opportunities through play, discovery, and teaching.
- Secondly, our goal is to provide information for parents and teachers.
- Thirdly, through Teachers Pay Teachers, we also provide effective, high-quality, affordable, and readily available resources.
b d p and q confusion
b and d reversals and confusion with p and q is a common occurrence in primary grades.
9 Ways to Correct Your Child's Pencil Grip
How should a right or left-handed person hold the pencil?
26 Ways to Practice Spelling Tricky Words
Tricky words have irregular spellings and do not follow the rules!
24 Ways to Learn to Read Sight Words
Sight Words are needed to create phrases and sentences.
Is My Child Right or Left-Handed?
My child uses both hands for drawing. Does hand preference matter?
What Are 6 Benefits of Retelling Nursery Rhymes?
Have you ever wondered about the value of nursery rhymes?
How are Phonics & Phonological Awareness Different?
Phonological Awareness requires you to use your ears. Phonics includes using your eyes.
Vocabulary: Can You Hear and Make These Animal Sounds?
Learning animal sounds extends a child's vocabulary.. and its fun! Check out these activities!
5 Quick Wins for Creative Phonics Teaching
Check out these 5 simple Tips, Tricks, and Ideas that will help to motivate kids with hands-on learning.
What is the Difference Between Systematic and Analytic Phonics?
Do you use systematic or analytic phonics? How are they different?
15 Helpful Activities for Counting Syllables
Counting syllables is an important pre-reading skill.
What You Need to Know About Syllables
A syllable is a unit of sound, containing one or more letters, that create a vowel sound.
Helpful Ways to Learn About Compound Words
A compound word is a combination of two or more words that create a single meaning. (e.g. armchair, toothbrush) DISCOVER more about them HERE!
Popular Activities to Teach Color Words
Learning about colors is complicated because there are so many variations!
Learning to Read and Write is Complicated!
Have you ever thought about what a child needs to know to learn how to read and write?
Helpful 2-year-old Language Development Activities
Your two-year-old is ready to explore, investigate and play!
Help! I Need Practical Auditory Processing Ideas!
Auditory processing and working memory are important skills for both reading and writing.
Why is Visual Discrimination Important?
Visual discrimination skills begin with noticing differences and similarities in objects and shapes.
My Toddler is 18 Months Old!
At eighteen months of age, your child is observing and watching the world!
Sure Fire Activities for your Twelve-Month-Old!
Your twelve-month-old may love to move to music, enjoy bedtimes stories, and giggle as she knocks a tower of blocks down.
Quick and Easy Play Ideas for 6-Month-Old Babies
What helps to develop a six-month-old child's awareness of sound, speech, visual development, or hand-eye co-ordination?
Your 3-Month-Old Baby is Developing Through Play
How can parents help their baby to develop through play? (3 - 6-months-old)
How to Play with Your Infant Baby
Check out these activities, and ideas to nurture infant development from birth-3-months-old.
We Have a 9 Month Old Baby! What Next?
What language games and activities can a parent use to play with a 9-month-old baby?
Primarily Learning: Teach. Play. Learn.
Early Literacy activities help children learn to read and write naturally… and have fun in the process!
How will Primarily Learning’s Blog help me?
- Initially, we provide games and activities for parents of children from birth – Age 3.
- Then we deliver ideas and connections to resources for early literacy Pre-Kindergarten to Grade 2.
- Resources are created with all students in mind.
- Many of the products are hands-on.
- Foundational skills include exercises for various ability levels.
- Additionally, information is aligned with the Science of Reading and Systematic Phonics programs like Jolly Phonics.
Both FREE and PAID early literacy resources are available in the Primarily Learning Store on the Teachers Pay Teachers website.
Primarily Learning offers resources in both English and French.
- Most of the products are in ENGLISH.
- NOTE: Early Literacy Products for phonics and sight words are also available in FRENCH.
- Most of Primarily Learning’s early learning resources are available in either Print Letters or Sassoon Infant Font.
- Open Dyslexic Font is used for many of the emergent readers.
- Above all, the goal is to maximize learning opportunities for all children.
- To clarify, all of the early learning resources address Fundamental Concepts and Skills.
- And, all of the English resources include the Common Core Standards.
DISCLAIMER for Primarily Learning Resources.
- Laurie Fyke has been a Professional Jolly Phonics Trainer since 2002.
- She is the co-author of the Jolly Songs. (2005)
- Resources created at Primarily Learning complement programs like Jolly Phonics, Jolly Grammar, or “Le manuel phonique”. However, they are not part of the Jolly Phonics program. As a result, they are not endorsed by Jolly Learning.
Primarily Learning provides amazing early literacy resources!
To sum up, our goal is to develop materials and present information so that everyone has the opportunity to experience success in learning to read and write naturally!
Wishing you all a wonderful day… and a most amazing year!
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