When it comes to teaching our kids to read, it may seem like a daunting and impossible task for someone who isn’t already an early education teacher. While sight word flashcards and worksheets are no doubt important, the first step to teaching kids how to read is simply to pick up a book and start reading. This article explores ways to read with your child to maximize early literacy and language learning.
It’s only natural for kids to make mistakes when they’re learning to speak and write. Unfortunately, when left uncorrected, kids will take their grammar mistakes with them to high school and beyond! Nip those early grammar problems in the bud with quick and simple lessons!
Sometimes, regardless of the effort we put in as parents to teach our kids to read, they still struggle to learn the basics. This causes stress and frustration for the whole family, and a familiar task like reading becomes a chore. Luckily, if one strategy doesn’t work, another one might do the trick.
As parents, we probably place the most emphasis on reading, writing, and math. While these subjects are no doubt important, sometimes we forget that learning about the world is just as important to our kids’ educational success, as well as raising informed citizens. But how do we add even more learning into our already packed schedules?
More than ever before, we live in an ever-connected world, where people from across the globe work together to make business and diplomacy thrive. It’s never been more important for your child to learn to love the differences we share as people, and to work with those that are different from them.
Ask any teenager if they like to read, and you might be disappointed with their answer. While some young adults love to read, many are growing up attached to their video games and smart phones. Luckily there are many ways to nurture a lifelong love for reading within our littlest of learns. Keep reading to find out how to plant the seeds necessary to grow our kids’ love for reading.
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What better way to improve kids’ vocabulary mastery than through fun and engaging play. Children love to play outdoors, and summer is ideal time to transform learning into a joyful activity. Here is a list of valuable takeaways to help your kids enlarge vocabulary during the summer break.
Reading and writing are lifelong skills that kids should never stop mastering. Just because summer is meant for relaxing, it doesn’t mean that young learners need a long break from their preschool endeavors. Kids Academy offers a unique pick of creative tips to help your children progress in reading and writing without summer learning loss.