How do you help your children learn sight words and spellings? My girls are a whole lot more interested when their learning is through hands-on, sensory play. Here’s how we’re using some of our stash of seashells from the beach to help with learning how to read and spell.
Here’s lovely set of free printable alphabet cards along with great ideas for how to use them to help teach your child to read.
Free printable alphabet cards
The book is written by Jenae Jacobson, who holds a Master’s Degree in Education, and draws on her many years of experience as a classroom teacher. She has turned her passion and skills into an inspiring and practical book that any parent can pick up and begin to use with their own child straightaway.
Whether your child is at school or learning at home, you are your child’s first and most important teacher. This book will give you the knowledge, skills, and confidence to teach your child to read. It’s packed full of practical tips, and ideas for fun, engaging activities, and it will support you to successfully nurture your child’s abilities.
This free snowflake printable is great for hands-on learning. Try them with these ideas for math games and language and literacy activities.
Free snowflakes printable for math and language
Quick to set up, lots of fun to play: try these pumpkin games for some seasonal maths and literacy practise.