Using hands-on, interactive Reading Activities are a fun way for kids to learn and practice the different reading skills as they learn how to read and develop into emergent readers.
Reading Activities for Beginning Readers:
After your kids know the 5 pre-reading skills, they will begin to learn more advanced reading skills.
From beginning sounds to sight words, your children will continue to build on what they have learned and will develop the skills they need to become readers.
If your kids have can identify the letters of the alphabet, it’s time for them to begin learning the letter sounds.
These interactive resources will help your kids practice the sounds at the beginning of a word.
After they know all of the letter sounds, your kids will learn more complex phonics skills like blends, digraphs, and r controlled vowels.
These fun resources will help your children learn these skills as they develop into emergent readers.
CVC words are the simplest words for beginning readers because each letter makes its sound so they can decode and sound it out.
These hands-on activities will make learning how to read words fun for your kids!
Sight Word Activities:
To become fluent readers, your kids need to learn sight words and high frequency words. Using engaging activities is a fun way for your children to learn these challenging and common words.
Printable books are simple, little paper books that you can print for your kids.
Your pre-readers and beginning readers can use these books to work on a variety of concepts concepts of print, sight words, and much more!
Sequencing activities help your beginning readers practice sequential order, comprehension skills, and much more!
These hands-on resources will help your kids practice these reading skills as they become emergent readers.
More Reading Activities:
These Reading Activities will help your beginning readers learn and practice the skills that they need to learn how to read and become emergent readers!
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