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My 4-1/2 year old son has not enjoyed practicing his sight words very much. Awhile back, I started a sight word sticker chart with him and that motivated him for awhile, but lately, he has been grumpy whenever I suggest he read me some words. Finally yesterday we had a breakthrough when I came up […]Continue reading
If you have a beginning reader, you can make your own reading rods for some word play fun! Read all about how to craft your own here. I wrote this post about a year ago, so I thought I would re-share since the site has grown so much since then and this post was one […]Continue reading
This week was absolutely jam packed with activities and blog posts! Here are some highlights from our week. You can click on the linked text to get to the original posts. 🙂 Blog Summary of the Week:Luke found a question mark in his cereal. L&L played their favorite app — Cinderella — on the iPad […]Continue reading
Luke, who turned 4 in February, is beginning to learn to read. He has ALWAYS loved books and will spend hours a day listening to books being read and “reading” independently. While he really wants to KNOW how to read, he isn’t exactly wild about the LEARNING how part. We’ve been reading phonics-based beginning […]Continue reading
Yesterday during nap time, I repurposed some of our many Duplo blocks — you know, the big Lego bricks made for little kids — as DIY Lego Reading Rods. I got the idea from the Filth Wizardry blog‘s post: DIY spinny spellers and repurposing Duplo Bricks. I changed up her idea a little bit by making […]Continue reading