From teaching literacy for dual language learners to establishing preliteracy learning and using music, movement and art to heighten literacy learning, these activities offer the latest and greatest in literacy and language research from the top names in the field.
Our Learn Everyday About Animals book is a great resource for preschool teachers wondering exactly how to teach sight words in their classrooms. Grabbing the attention of your preschoolers long enough to shape their emergent literacy skills through sight words can be difficult. Making the process of learning as engaging and interesting as possible is a wonderful goal for teachers to keep in mind when introducing literacy to their students.Preschool
Teaching early writing is always a great opportunity to share literacy skills and more with your learners! Writing letters in preschool is just one way to teach these skills and make learning writing letters more fun!
Playful Writing, by Rebecca Olien and Laura Woodside, is a wonderful resource for creative letter writing activities preschoolers can do either at home or school!Preschool
Reading to babies is a very important step in their early brain development. Parents and educators teaching reading to children of all ages should consider how early reading impacts other developmental stages and that methods such as reading games are extremely beneficial to the growth of their learners.Toddler Preschool
A common struggle educators face is that educational games are sometimes not fun or engaging enough for little learners. Interactive literacy games are one solution to this problem, and Pam Schiller’s book, Creating Readers, provides several exciting literacy games guaranteed to excite your students.Preschool
Use "baby talk" with infants to encourage language development. Watch how toddlers lip-read to pick up language sounds. Explore more complex language with preschoolers. Find all these resources and easy activities from Gryphon House experts in literacy.
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