WHAT THEY LEARN
C is for Countless
Countless ways to play! Fill in the uppercase and lowercase letters and identify the picture. Place the uppercase letters in order. Is there a color pattern? Sort letters by upper and lower case, or by shape. Choose 2 letters. What is the same? What is different? Can they spell out words with the letters? Try placing the 'a' and the 't' next to each other and see how many words can be made by adding one letter to the front of 'at'.
B - Ba - Boat
Think out loud to remember. Match the letters to the right board then say the letter, the letter sound and the image out loud. B, ba, boat. Playing with letters leads to an interest in how they sound and in reading. Reading at an early age helps kids express themselves and feel more confident in school.
Language : Discover Reading
When language becomes part of play, children do better in school. More reading and writing fun for any stage.
|Ages:||4 - 6 Years|