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Preschool - Literacy


Preschool - Literacy

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Books for kids with multiracial and biracial families

14 Children's Books with Multiracial Families

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simple journals for 3 year olds

Teaching 2 and 3 Year Olds: Journals with 3 Year Olds

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Former teacher makes wonderful toddler learning packets that you can download for FREE! Includes printables, snack suggestions, songs, rhymes, and more that all correlate with a given theme. #MommySchool

Mommy School | Oopsey Daisy

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Letters and Sounds Alphabet Learning Machine <-- Before I had my own kids, I wouldn't have thought something like this would work, but now I know better. :-)

Alphabet Sound Machine - The Imagination Tree

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Totally LOVE this!!! Letter Zipline with Awesome Free Alphabet Printable for Kids - 4 different games you can play depending on letter recognition/reading level. #KneeBouncersPlay

Why Read 20 Minutes? All parents need to read this. Really like the pictograph for visualization.

Letter walk: walk around the neighborhood looking for letters on signs, and then fold down tab on the plate.

Great resources for early literacy ideas!

Mommy and Me Book Club: Go Away Big Green Monster

Milk carton elephants ... Elmer

Book Talk Stems

Story telling bags

Lots of story prop ideas and printable links to go with popular books

Read Alouds By Month & Author! This one post has been read over 35,000 times, come see why! :)

We're Going on a Bear Hunt, lots of activity ideas here to build from the story.

Phonemic Awareness Developmental Chart

NAMES: Little Literacy Learners:

Cute readers' theater. Look at how they used the chairs to identify the characters.

Little Moments: Mending and Respecting Books

Chapter Books for Preschoolers: Mr. Popper's Penguins

reADING GAMES

Pinner wrote: This is the best site I have ever seen for printable learning!!!

Literacy: Name station. Write each child's name and tape a picture to the card. Have letter tiles for the children to practice spelling their friends names as well as their own.

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