Setting up natural free play experience creates a child-centred inspirational learning process. It allows for play, exploration and supported risk taking. As a child learns how to explore their natural environment and get messy, they will begin to develop confidence and self-esteem through learner inspired, hands-on experiences.
As a parent, would you rather work to prevent future learning struggles for your children or wait and remediate struggles you observe in the moment?
Read on for our take on prevention techniques vs remedial intervention strategies for literacy skills.
We have rounded up a series of 6 skills that you can work on at home with your kindergarten age child. These activities are based in structured literacy concepts and geared to help lay a foundation to allow your child to experience success as they begin to develop their reading and writing skills.
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How often do we send our children outside and encourage them to "have fun," then we proceed to sit down on a chair and supervise. Probably quite often, and there is nothing wrong with that! However, there are big benefits to having our children see us get our hands dirty.
Children who are struggling with their speech-language skills may also experience difficulties with basic abilities in literacy such as phonemic awareness, decoding, spelling, and writing. Studies have shown that there is a correlation between oral production and the development of essential reading skills