Check out these 5 simple Tips, Tricks, and Ideas that will help to motivate kids with hands-on learning.
Counting syllables is an important pre-reading skill.
A syllable is a unit of sound, containing one or more letters, that create a vowel sound.
Learning about colors is complicated because there are so many variations!
Auditory processing and working memory are important skills for both reading and writing.
Visual discrimination skills begin with noticing differences and similarities in objects and shapes.
At eighteen months of age, your child is observing and watching the world!
Your twelve-month-old may love to move to music, enjoy bedtimes stories, and giggle as she knocks a tower of blocks down.
What language games and activities can a parent use to play with a 9-month-old baby?
Hey, I’m Laurie Fyke.
I love getting kids excited about learning… and sharing early literacy ideas with fellow teachers! I provide information and activities to maximize each child’s learning potential as they learn to read and write. I enjoy helping parents and teachers in my roles as a Literacy Specialist, Professional Jolly Phonics Trainer, or Published Author. (Scholastic NY, TPT, Jolly Learning)