Learn the first three letters of the alphabet with the Letters A-C printable pack! There are three activity sheets, designed to help kids identify letters, write these letters, and recognize common objects and animals that start with these letters. Kids will love the illustrations and vibrant colors as they learn the alphabet!
As we all know, back to school is always a big transition for your child and for parents. To help you and your child prepare for the new school year, here are our 10 top tips for back to school to get you prepared!
This printable pack includes three sets of flashcards to help kids learn non-decodable words. These words are common, and children will frequently encounter them in other reading. The flashcards follow three steps, and should be learnt in progression.
These worksheets follow on from CVC Words, an introductory pack on consonant-vowel-consonant patterns. This succeeding printable pack includes three activities: "CVC Takeoff", a matching game to complete CVC words; "CVC Word Find", for identifying and spelling CVC words; and "CVC Balloon Pop", for distinguishing between real and nonsense words.
Although there is no cure to dyslexia, early assessment and intervention can have a major difference in helping with reading comprehension, vocabulary growth, and a child’s own understanding of their dyslexia. Here are some common signs of dyslexia that you should look out for.
Reading non-decodable, or partially decodable books, can be demotivating and frustrating for children learning to read. Anna Milne explains why Decodable Readers are the best books for phonemic awareness and development in the earliest stages of reading.
Junior Learning's Rainbow Timersare an excellent visual reference for understanding time, as well as setting limits to events and activities. There are three timers - 1 minute, 2 minutes, and 5 minutes. We've put together a list of ten creative ways that these timers can be used.
Kids will love these activity sheets that challenges them to think on their feet, get out of their comfort zone, ask questions, think logically, and pose creative solutions. Kids can try these activities at home, or with a large classroom group.