Beginning With Phonics Instruction

Written by Mary Joyce


Some children are just natural readers. They love to explore different books and are always picking up reading skills just by naturally being involved and around reading environments. Other kids have more difficulty withrepparttar printed language and need to relate a sound to a particular configuration of alphabet and letters. This will berepparttar 150270 essence of your phonics instruction. It is these phonics skills that enable kids to sound outrepparttar 150271 words and letters that they see. As a parent, this can be a very effective way to getrepparttar 150272 child started reading. Helpingrepparttar 150273 child sound outrepparttar 150274 words and letters that they see... Phonics.

Generally withinrepparttar 150275 subject of phonics,repparttar 150276 best place to begin is by teachingrepparttar 150277 childrepparttar 150278 short vowel sounds. The long vowel sounds are just a repeat ofrepparttar 150279 alphabetic letter itself. A good way to get and keeprepparttar 150280 childís interest duringrepparttar 150281 phonics process is to use examples (pictures or something tangible aroundrepparttar 150282 house) of something that interests them. For example, most children will exhibit a high interest in animals. As a general rule, try to keep your phonics examples theme related. The repetition of learningrepparttar 150283 various phonics sounds is reinforced much sooner whenrepparttar 150284 examples you are using followrepparttar 150285 same type of theme. This limitsrepparttar 150286 potential for confusion and loss of interest that may occur if you jump all over with seemingly unrelated items.

Homeschool Lesson Plans

Written by Mary Joyce


Homeschool families have an abundance of homeschool lesson plans and programs to choose from. As a homeschooling parent, whether you want a tightly knitted curriculum package or prefer to be able to modify and develop as your personal circumstances dictate, you will find a wide variety of homeschool lesson plans no matter what your preferences. Regardless ofrepparttar direction you take, donít get tied torepparttar 150269 hip with your educational program. Seek out hands on real life learning experiences to supplement your homeschool curriculum. Keep you lesson plans as full of real life as you possibly can!

Field trips that involve places and business in your hometown are outstanding supplements to any

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