The early years of childhood set the stage for future development and achievement. Introducing literacy skills early on will give your child a leg up later on in their education.
Literacy is such an essential skill in our modern world, if your child expresses interest, it is never too early to begin exploring letters and phonics. With tender attention, only a true teacher can give, parents can get involved with these activities to promote growth of literacy skills.
Early Learning: Literacy Skills
Here’s some practical and encouraging assistance to help parents be involved in early literacy skills and promote academic success.
Follow these tips for creating a literacy rich environment within your own home.
Learn the specific language of important literacy terms to hone in your skills and be the best teacher you can be.
Enjoy these free printable with Valentine themed rhymes and songs for early literacy.
For a younger child, these touch and feel letters may inspire.
This is a great sensory project with ice to practice letter recognition.
More sensory fun with an ABC treasure hunt!
Play music and match upper and lower case letters in a plastic pocket sheet.
Enjoy these bright and cheery ABC Bible card printables with a great message.
Check out this printable for train anagrams to use with a more advanced learner.