The most fun thing to do with fruit is to eat it, but we can have fun with our other senses, too! In this activity, your child will use his five senses to describe various fruits or snacks.
For this activity, your child will learn how the way things are said can change how they feel and sometimes what they mean.
This activity will give your child a chance to use one of his favorite alphabet books to expand his awareness and use of letter-sound correspondence.
Your child is probably starting to identify and read some signs and frequently viewed words. Capture some of these words with your camera and use the photos to create a book that he can read all by himself!
A rich vocabulary is important to reading comprehension. This activity provides a simple way to help your preschooler develop her vocabulary through exploring everyday objects.
Children love nursery rhymes. Have fun as you and your child rewrite traditional nursery rhymes with a more modern and silly twist.
This activity gives your child practice with both beginning writing and phonological awareness. As you say a word in a funny way, your child will figure out the word and draw a picture to represent it.
In this activity, your child will learn to use objects to visually represent the sounds in words. In order to become strong readers and spellers, children must learn to segment and blend individual sounds in words.
In this activity, your child will use some of her five senses to guess the mystery content in a brown paper lunch bag, encouraging her to use their oral language skills.
This activity helps build your five-year-old's beginning writing skills. Next time you plan dinner, get your child involved in creating name tents for the table.