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Developing Literacy Skills in Early Learners

Strategies, tools, and tips for developing early literacy skills.

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Overview

Learning to read is crucial to a student's academic success. Discover tips and suggestions for teaching pre-literacy skills, as well as ways to boost early literacy. You will also learn how to use non-fiction literature with your early learners.

Details

Subject: SimpleK12 Assignments
Categories: Early Learners, Reading & Writing

Contents

  • Developing Literacy Skills in Early Learners
Beyond ABC's: Creative Ways to Teach the Alphabet and Pre-Literacy Skills
Being able to read well is often a key component to academic success - and it is never too early to start developing and strengthening the pre-literacy skills of our early learners.more...
Tech Tools and Tips to Boost Early Literacy
Have you ever wondered what are some of the best ways to use technology with your early learners?more...
Using Non-Fiction Literature in Early Childhood
Non-fiction sometimes gets a bad reputation for being complex and unstimulating, especially with younger learners - but it doesn't have to be!more...

Reviews (24)

 
Great info.
Full Member
 
This was fun! And so full of great information. Thank you for sharing!
 
I really enjoyed this program. It provided a lot of useful information that I will definitely be putting into practice in my Kindergarten classroom.
Full Member
 
I really enjoyed this series for Early Learners. I will be sure to check out the tech ideas and appreciated the review of of phonics/phonological awareness etc.. My students enjoy non fiction and explaining how to use was very helpful.
Full Member
 
Wonderful suggestions. Makes me think more creatively.
Full Member
 
This program did a snapshot of the many advantages of exposing young readers to informational texting showcases how a young reader learns to skin an article in a nonlinear format for information. It is preparing the young reader for research reading in a fun and engaging manner. I appreciate how the presenter view element of a higher thanking reading skikl and paired it to a preschool activity in an age appropriate manner.
Basic Member
 
This is helpful. My grandson loves his non-fiction books about sharks, dinosaurs, and animals. I also liked the idea of using historical fiction in teaching.
 
My first graders love non-fiction. They often prefer to select non-fiction books.
Full Member
 
Great Webinar. I still get confused between the two terms Phonetic Awareness and Phonological Awareness.
 
I enjoyed learning different ways to teach the alphabet, how to use non-fiction books, and ways to help my students using a variety of tech tools.
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