Take a look at some recommended books that have lots of rhyme and language repetition to help expose your preschooler to important phonological awareness skills in a fun and natural way.
Give your child fine motor practice in the sand with this quick and simple activity. It’s failure-free and lots of fun!
The slight distinctions between letters can be confusing to children. This fun activity lays the foundation for being able to distinguish similarities and differences in letters.
Let your preschooler have fun identifying and naming objects with this Picture Toss game that will get her moving and laughing. It’s an engaging way to help build your child’s vocabulary.
Preschool children enjoy hearing and experimenting with rhymes. Next time you ask your child to clean up his toys, turn it into a fun rhyming game!
Your child's first name is very special to him and holds emotional appeal. This activity will give him practice finding the letters in his name. Those are the letters that he will most likely learn first.
Get your child up and moving as you use music and movement to help your child practice writing letters.
In this activity, your child can enter Shoe World, where she will have fun wearing new shoes while she learns to describe and make observations about them.
In addition to being a useful life skill, cutting helps to develop the same muscles necessary for holding a pencil and writing at a later age. If you take the time to put together a Cutting Kit, it will encourage frequent and successful cutting practice.
Listening activities help children attune to sounds and lay the groundwork for hearing and identifying the more subtle sounds that make up words. In this fun activity, your child will be asked to listen for and act upon a super word.