May 27, 2010

Free Reading Lessons/Activities

Thursday, May 27, 2010 · No Comments's FREE Reading Activities help children become better readers by teaching the following necessary sub-skills:

Phonics: Children learn systematic and predictable relationships between written letters and spoken sounds.

Phonemic Awareness: Children learn to identify, think about, and work with individual sounds in spoken words.

Vocabulary: Children learn appropriate grade-level words to help them expand their vocabulary and communicate more effectively.

Sight Words: Children learn to recognize common sight words from the Dolch and Fry word lists to increase reading fluency.

Reading Comprehension: Children learn to actively construct meaning when reading both fiction and non-fiction passages.

All activities are research-based and presented in an engaging and interactive environment that will grab your child's attention and keep them interested and motivated to learn.

Free Reading Lessons - Homeschool, After School, Elementary School, Summer Study
Topics: ELA (ES)

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