Beginner Readers

The most important thing you can do for your early reader is to teach them about the building blocks of our language: sounds.

Not letters? That’s right. Research has shown that children learn to read faster in school when these phonemic building blocks are already in place.

Focus on teaching your 3-5 year old the sounds, or phonics, in our language through verbal games. You can ask your child what sound a certain word starts or ends with. Or play “I spy with my little eye something beginning with shh…” when you see a sheep. Check out our free resources page for verbal phonics games downloads, workbooks, free flashcards, and more.

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