Why is a letter of the week approach not the best way to teach these skills? In this workshop we’ll explore fun strategies for teaching children to recognize letters, sounds, and words in ways that prepare children for success in kindergarten.
Moving Beyond Letter of the Week
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How do you promote letter recognition and phonological awareness skills for preschool children in meaningful ways? Why is a letter of the week approach not the best way to teach these skills? If I don’t do a letter of the week or worksheets, how do I promote letter recognition? In this workshop, we’ll explore fun strategies for teaching children to recognize letters, sounds, and words in ways that are developmentally appropriate and prepare children for success in kindergarten.
In this course, we will cover the following topics:
- Why Letter of the Week is not Recommended
- What is Phonological Awareness?
- Concept Development
- Alphabet Instruction
- Rhyme and Alliteration
- Syllables and Words
- Phonemic Awareness and Phonics
Approved in OH (OA L2 for SUTQ), KY, MI, HI, IN. Pending Approval in NC.
CDA Content Area: To advance physical and intellectual competence
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HI, IN, KY, NC, MI, MN, and OH.