Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Tips for Learning Letters in Meaningful Ways


Last week I had an opportunity to co-host Mom's Library with True Aim. This is a weekly linky party filled with parenting tips, activities for young children, devotionals, crafts, recipes, and more! I loved co-hosting last week. I hope several of you were able to link up your ideas and find some helpful ideas. I've very excited to bring Mom's Library back to Ready-Set-Read this week and also to have the opportunity to feature some of my favorites from last week.
This week, I'm featuring my favorite posts on my favorite topic... literacy.

I was so inspired by Fun-A-Day's post on Teaching Children about Letters within the context of the child's reading and writing.
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There are so many great ways to individualize your child's letter learning journey, instead of just depending on letter of the day/ week method. Plus, these ideas are fun and creative!

How to Run a Home Day Care shared a fun way to learn letters indoors. This would be another great idea to individualize for your own child or group of children.
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Life with Moore Babies shared a Word-a-pilar activity (and FREE printable) for recording your child's known sight words.

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Learning and Growing the Piwi Way shared a way to practice writing in an authentic way by writing letters.
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Growing Book by Book shared some wonderful resources to continue your child's literacy learning in fun and meaningful ways.
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I grabbed so many fantastic ideas last week. I can't wait to see the ideas this week.

Here's how to participate.
Link up your favorite parenting tips, activities for young children, devotionals, crafts, recipes, etc.
Visit at least 2 other links and support other bloggers.
Please follow True Aim and Ready-set-read!



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5 comments:

  1. Thanks for sharing my WORD-a-Pillar!

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  2. Great picks Jackie! Love that WORD-a-Pillar!

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  3. Thanks so much for sharing my letter ideas! I also really enjoyed checking out the other fun and meaningful literacy ideas you featured. :) As always, I'm excited to check out the Mom's Library link ups! Oh, and I'm a new follower...

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