Before we can teach our kids to read, they need to learn the 5 Pre-Reading Skills.
While learning these skills, our pre-readers will develop and build the foundation for lifelong learning and reading success.
Teaching your kids to read may seem overwhelming. Where do you even start? Click on the links below to learn more about each one of the reading readiness skills.
Whether you are a parent, homeschooler, classroom teacher, or tutor, you can use these resources and activities below to help your children learn these reading readiness skills.
Concepts of Print:
These resources to help your pre-readers learn the 5 Pre-Reading or Reading Readiness Skills and build the foundation for reading success. Soon, your children will be learning how to read!
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Pre-Reading Skills Checklist PDF:
Do you want a checklist of these reading readiness skills? Fill out the form below to automatically download and print the Pre-Reading Skills Checklist: