Education.com is a comprehensive website of educational resources for every teacher, tutor, or homeschooling parent.
I personally pay for membership and have downloaded dozens of activities and workbooks for both my own children and the students in my 3rd grade classroom.
Today, I am excited to share with you one lesson to help teach Reading exclusively listed here on this site on behalf of Education.com!
If you are just starting to teach reading to your child at home, teaching English Language Learners in the classroom, or are dealing with a struggling emerging reader, then consider using the following activity as a strategy to help.
This activity works great for kinesthetic learners, or as a motivational activity as well!
Slide Sounds to Teach Reading
Learning to read is incredibly exciting, but it’s like a complex puzzle—for it to happen, all of the pieces need to be in place. One of those pieces is something called phonemic awareness, which in plain English, means that a child knows the sounds that the letters of the alphabet make. And once they know those individual sounds, they need to learn how to blend them and how to break them apart. This activity will help them practice. Readers, ho!
For more activities like this one, go check out: https://www.education.com/games/ela/reading
Special thanks to Education.com for this contribution to LearningWithMom.org!
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