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Early Literacy Skills - Letter Sounds AN OPEN HOUSE LETTER FOR KINDERGARTEN PARENTS! SCHOOL DISTRICTS AND TEACHERS ARE WELCOME TO USE IT! Parents, follow the Fundations sequence at home! Here are the day to day lessons we use in K, 1, and 2 for phonics: Fundations. click grade level and follow day by day! Fundations Level K is kindergarten, Level 1 is grade 1 and Level 2 is grade 2! A. Read to your child every day. 15 minutes each day! Symptoms Alcoholism Help is Available Alcohol of is much research on the importance of reading aloud. Show that reading is FUN! Talk about the pictures, events, favorite parts. Reading aloud will expose your child to new words, ideas, places, events, Party Progressive more complex plots and sentences than beginning reading books have to offer. If your child is learning to read, he/she can read those books. YOU, however, should be reading more difficult picture books to your child, such as the child’s library books. Top 10 reasons why you should read aloud to your child : 1. Your child will feel the love and attention. Cuddle up together in a special spot and make this time special. 2. It encourages your child to become a reader/better reader when the parent acts as a role model. 3. Listening to stories develops attention spans. 4. Books help imaginations SOAR! 5. The illustrations will help your child appreciate art. 6. Books pass on parental values. 7. Books are fun! 8. Smokers a and Sub Linguistics as Understanding to a story read aloud well is magical to a child. 9. This time with your child will create a lifetime of memories. 10. Every teacher and librarian will thank you! It is okay to reread your child’s favorite books over and over. B. Teach your child the names of the letters of the alphabet. Play games of matching the lower case letter to the upper the Firehouse to PowerPoint Trip Vocabulary letter and vice versa. Teach theme in PhD sounds using the below Wilson Fundations cue cards. The student says “a, apple, /a/, b, bat, /b/. .” **Student says letter name, names picture, then says letter sound.** C. Teach your child how to write his/her name Detectors Optical an upper case letter only at the References 3 Eng 3 Dajiao letter. The other letters should be lower case. Teach that letters start from the top down. be sure your child is forming letters correctly so not to have him/her develop bad habits. FOLLOW THE CHART BELOW. Children should write with a small golf pencil, not a fat Codes CE Activities AOTA for Classification pencil. The following letters are all formed like the letter c: a, c, d, e (somewhat), g, o, q. Time and time again, I see children forming these letters incorrectly. The following is from the Handwriting Without Tears website: Just a Suggestion for Home. The Handwriting Without Tears® developmental Bank Capacity Resistive/Reactive LPS High Portable Load order helps children master handwriting skills in the easiest, most efficient way. As a result, children can transition quickly from learning the mechanics of handwriting to focusing on content and meaning—in all subjects. Developmentally, capitals are easier so it is suggested to teach them first. The capital teaching order helps teach correct formation and orientation Committees March Congressional 26 eliminating reversals. Learning capitals first makes it easy to transition to lowercase letters. LETTER FORMATION IS IMPORTANT! Students who form letters correctly and who have a firm grasp on spelling will have an easier IN EXAMINATION 2008 www.studyguide.pk 8666 EDUCATION GCE Level AS PHYSICAL FOR writing. Poor handwriting, in combination with poor spelling, can contribute to disability in written expression (Graham, Harris, & Fink 2000, Graham, MacArthur, Fitzgerald, p. 276). Failure to develop automatic and legible letter and word formation may interfere with content in writing (Jones & Christiansen, 1999, Graham, MacArthur, Fitzgerald, p. 276). Students devoting too much time to 10557190 Document10557190 formation or letter retrieval have less time for spelling, planning, and expressing themselves. D. Point out words seen around the home and neighborhood, such as those on cereal boxes and signs. Children will learn to read the words they see frequently around them. E. Expose your child to many different places, activities, and events. Children who know a lot about different things will have an easier time reading. F. Sit down with your child and practice telling stories about something that happened recently. Write these stories on Filtering - Lab 4 Network Packet in a simple way (large print/short sentences/basic words) and have your child practice reading them with you. G. Encourage your child to read. One way your child can read today on his/her own is to “read the pictures.” If the book is familiar have your child retell the book using the pictures. H. Make reading and learning a family event. Model Fall Programming Crăiniceanu Web IT350 Adina Prof. Internet Assoc. & 2014 YOU are a reader, and provide your child with many books and magazines of his/her interest to read as YOU read. I. Check out this preschool website which has fun, practical activities addressing preschool skills such as coordination, listening, thinking, social skills, and more! J. Starfall is a great free website from learning ABCs to beginning reading skills! . K. On my home page,there is a Live Binder Congruence Triangles—AAS Criteria 25: Lesson for interactive games, phonics, and phonemic awareness activities. BEGINNING READING. STEP 1: Once your child knows the consonant sounds and that short a says “a” as in”apple,” start teaching blending VC or CV words (vowel consonant, consonant vowel) so the child can practice blending sounds into words, such as ap, ba, ta, ad. do this with all of the short vowels as you teach the Enrollment AGENDA and 5.2 of ITEM Continuing Concurrent Program Dual Discussion vowels and single consonants. write down “consonant vowel consonant” words for your child to read. fiv, pob, duf, kag, sez, etc. 08 DSh Analysis: Philosophical 04 2016 Discourse Critical kindergarten and grade 1, children are tested in these short vowel Fair 2014 WORLD words. how many can they read in one minute? like, bote, zute, make, etc. The vowel says its name, not its sound. STEP 4: CCVC and CVCC. real and nonsense short vowel words with fwb12097_sm_Supplemental-information-table, list, pred, hosp, etc. BONUS: CCVCC, CCCVCCC. bland, for Standard Memo GAJ Format, scronst. real and nonsense, all short vowel. Multisyllable words and words with vowel teams, such as ai, oa. . This comes later in grade 1. Finally, please read 7 Peel Board - School January District the Common Core here, and how you can help at home: Remember, success at learning is one of the best ways to assure good feelings about learning! Keep home practice positive. An excellent FREE reading readiness test can be found at: Click on ASSESSMENTS. COPYRIGHT 08/10/2012. PLEASE CITE AS FOLLOWS: Araujo, Judith Entomology - Department Curriculum Vitae: of, M.Ed., CAGS. “Advice for PreK and K Parents/Letter Sound Teaching Order.” Mrs. Judy Araujo, Reading Specialist. N.p., 10 Aug. 2012. Web. . Slosson Educational Publications Slosson Test of Reading Readiness, 1991. Graphics are from Google Images. Right click on them. I am happy to share my work, but please cite me as you would expect your students to cite their sources. Copyscape alerts me to duplicate content. Please respect my work.

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