If you’re teaching a beginning reader this year, you may want to check out these great resources. By the way, these resources will also work well for older kids who are struggling to read as well!
Reading starts at the very beginning: with the ABC’s. Check out 3 Dinosaurs’ ABC Tracing sheets with playdough. Super cute and creative!!
Finally. Easy Readers that are actually EASY from What Do We Do All Day? Yes! Some of these listed are favorites at our house.
Move from letter learning to word family learning. This post shares some tips on how to do that in a developmentally appropriate way. From This Reading Mama.
Need a quick letter game? Try this ABC Memory Game. Perfect for the start of the school year! From Relentlessly Fun, Deceptively Educational.
Whether you teach at home or at school Reading Aloud to kids is an IMPORTANT part of learning to read. Growing Book by Book shares some classic read alouds, perfect starting around age 4.
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