Reading Games for Young Children

Reading Games for Young Children

Book - 2005
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When you bend yourself into a letter shape or have an alphabet phone conversation, learning to read is FUN. Young children learn and retain more information when they are enjoying themselves. In "Reading Games for Young Children," best-selling author Jackie Silberg offers over 200 activities that will keep children ages three to six engaged, interested and entertained as they acquire the skills they need to become successful readers. Organized by elements of literacy, such as alliteration, alphabet, letter sounds and rhyming, this book provides research-based information on literacy development in young children. The fun and easy-to-do activities require little preparation and few materials. Trusted author Jackie Silberg brings us another book full of wonderful learning activities.

A few examples of the fun and simple reading games you'll find:

The First Sound Store
Betty, Batter, Butter, Bitter
Where Is the Letter?
Close Your Eyes Art
The Sound Shopping Trip
Singing the Vowels
Food Names
Letter Buffet
Circle the Letter
Alphabet Car Trip
Sticker Sound Story
Same or Different
Long Vowels Chant

Publisher: Beltsville, MD : Gryphon House, c2005
ISBN: 9780876592434
Branch Call Number: J372.4 S58r
Characteristics: 160 p. : ill. ; 28 cm

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