Put Your Child On The Path To Early Reading Success

A child who learns to read well possesses the single most important tool for educational success.Phonemic awareness is the key to beginning reading success. To put it simply, phonemics involves being able to understand that words are broken down into parts and sounds. If a child can learn to associate a letter visually with the sound that letter makes, then they can learn to sound out unfamiliar words one syllable at a time. Early reading success will give your children the confidence and self esteem they need to carry them through their academic experience.
The Letters & Sounds Wall Poster by Alphagram is a terrific and inexpensive way to help your pre-schooler begin making the letter-sound connections that will lead them to early reading success. The entire alphabet is represented with pictures to match each letter sound. Common consonant teams such as ch, th and sh, as well as vowel sounds are also covered on this handy reading success tool.
The Ready Set Read! Reading Program by Alphagram is filled with games and ideas that will make reading success fun to achieve. Spending as little as twenty minutes a day working this program with your pre-school or kindergarten aged child can boost early reading success dramatically.
What better way is there to reinforce letter identification and reading success than with the Handwriting Without Tears Pre-K Program. While children actually practice writing their own letters, the brain is building the necessary connections to assure reading success. These same pathways will help your child with reading comprehension skills in years to come.
Reading success is the key to academic achievement. What better way can you spend your time than to help assure your child’s early reading success with the help of these fun and easy learning tools from SensoryEdge?
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