Number Names are the spellings of the names of each Numeral. For example, 5 is spelled as ‘five’ and 20 is spelled as ‘twenty’ etc. They are also called as ‘Number Words’. These Number names are usually taught in Kindergarten. Children have to memorize these words by sight as all of them fall under the […]
Your child is able to read words confidently.. Also understands the basic meaning of the text after reading it.. Now, you want to improve their speaking and writing abilities in English, don’t you? But since you have taught Phonics for Reading and Writing basic spellings of the words ; you’re still wondering how to teach […]
Wondering How to teach Phonics at home? Confused where to start and what the next step is.. There are important Frequently Asked Questions that I want to address before going ahead for the Step-by-Step instructions for teaching Phonics. When to start teaching Phonics? What is the right age to start with?Many parents are confused about […]
Does your toddler struggle to speak fluently and comfortably? These 7 simple and easy practices will hep the child to improve their Speech Skills. Speech Development is quite a hot topic in the toddlerhood age. And I understand why. This is the age where the child will develop correct speech sounds and new vocabulary and will try to articulate that properly.
A simple list of concepts that can be taught to the age group 2.5 to 5 years children at home. So here I am, listing a few Ideas about the concepts and topics that can be taught to our children. CONCEPTS / TOPICS : 1. PHONICS/LANGUAGE – Alphabet (Uppercase & Lowercase) – Letter names and […]
Did you know that the first three years of life,when the brain is developing and maturing, is the most intensive period for acquiring speech and language skills? These skills will develop best in an environment that is rich with sounds,sights,and consistent exposure to the speech and language of others. So, this is a critical period […]
Its such a relief to see our toddlers play independently for some time. What? Did I say Relief?? Well actually, yes I did. Being a mom, who needs to be constantly on her toes,it definitely feels like a relief. What do you think? Tell me in the comments below. Did you know, that teaching children to […]
In the last post on Phonics, we have seen how to teach blends(blending of two letter sounds together,click here if you missed that post!) and today we are going to see the next step after blending, i.e CVC words/Word families. In blends we do ONLY two types of blends(CV & VC) to start with. I […]