Simple and Effective Strategies for Children with a Variety of Reading Difficulties Literacy is critical. Because all students have different ways of perceiving, organizing, conceptualizing, and recalling information, this multisensory approach to reading combines auditory, visual, and tactile experiences. Activities that involve seeing, saying, listening, and doing help students first decode and recognize words, then develop fluency and comprehension skills.
Over 120 Activities to Strengthen Visual and Auditory Discrimination and Memory Skills. Teach visual/auditory discrimination and memory skills as well as provide meaningful practice with these activities.
Children will be thrilled to make, read, and keep 31 eight-page, reproducible humorous and predictable storybooks that cover 20 beginning blends, seven final blends, and four digraphs.
Item: hr504002 Title: Alphabet Fun for Little Ones The alphabet is all around us! Link the alphabet to science, language, art, and cooking with clever games, reproducibles, and recipes. Over 500 activities develop skills in letter recognition, letter sounds, and sight words. Extension activities for advanced early learners are also included. Comments: 320 pages Grades: Pre – K
Increase creativity (and lots of other stuff) through color, shape, texture, paint, glue, scissors, clay, glitter and so much more! Provides projects that help children use and apply various types of media, techniques, and processes.
Item: hr504001 Title: Color, Shape, and Number Fun for Little Ones Learning math skills can be a marvelous adventure! Develop little learners? patterning, sequencing, matching, and problem-solving skills with over 500 hands-on activities. Teach them to identify colors, shapes, and numbers 0-30, plus provide extension activities for advanced early learners. Comments: 320 pages Grades: Pre – K
Teach vocabulary in any language with over 400 reproducible photo cards, games, puzzles, and activities! ALL of the activities provided are effective for ALL children, whether they are learning a first, second, or even a third language.
The stories and rhymes in this resource are a springboard into alphabet lessons that encourage active learning. Reproducible activities that meet NCTE standards teach students
For math activities that are entertaining enough to maintain student interest, yet challenging enough to boost student math skills, turn to the Keys to Math Success series!
Students develop a solid foundation in math as they actively experiment with number and operations concepts. Aligned with NCTM standards, these reproducible activities use children’s literature and rhymes.
Explore the world with cross-curricular activities that support geography standards as well as foster social and cultural awareness through reading, writing, math, large and small motor activities, science experiments, art projects,and dramatic play.
Great practice for all students, but primarily geared toward struggling or reluctant learners, this versatile collection of activities, games, and puzzles is excellent for independent work, classroom work, and homework assignments.