Teaching kids to read and write is a developmental process. As we teach them strategies along the way, they develop and grow in their knowledge of how words work. As this knowledge is applied to their reading and writing, they progress in their abilities as well. All kids develop at their own rate. No two kids do it exactly the same. For me, it really is a beautiful thing to watch.
Today, Ann of The Measured Mom is sharing more about the early stages of writing development. What does writing look like? And more importantly, what are some teaching strategies for kids in this developmental stage of writing? Love it!
For more posts in our Preschool and Kindergarten Writing Lessons series, click here or on the image above.
If you have older kids you are teaching, you may enjoy these resources that give more teaching strategies for literacy development:
- Simple Writing Lessons for the Primary Grades ~ 12 week writing series
- How to Choose “Just Right” Books: Helping Kids Grow as Readers ~ a developmental look at choosing books for our kids by Becky Spence
- Teaching Kids to Spell: A Developmental Approach to Spelling by Becky Spence
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