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Sight Words for Preschoolers

Sight words for preschoolers! Yes, you read that right. Sight words and preschoolers are indeed in the same sentence. I know most moms focus on phonics and phonemic awareness (which definitely should be targeted, especially in preschool); however, did you know teaching sight words for preschoolers can be beneficial too? Are sight words necessary? Sight …

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Preschool Zoo Theme

Children are naturally fascinated by animals. They love to observe them, learn about them, and even pretend they are animals. Every kid I’ve come across absolutely loves the zoo so I knew this weeks zoo themed lesson would be a hit. Here are a few of the preschool zoo activities we loved. Preschool Zoo Activities …

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5 Pillars of Reading

It’s important to understand reading fundamentals when you’re asking yourself why your kid can’t read. Unlike popular belief, reading is not just saying the words on a given page. It’s actually much more than that. There are 5 Pillars of Reading that teachers must focus on in order to help struggling students become readers. 5 …

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Interactive Read Aloud

Many people see interactive read alouds as just a free for all. You pick a book off the shelf at random, open it up, and read to your students for 10-15 minutes; however, it is SOOOOOOO much more than that. Or should be at least. Every moment you have with your students is VITAL. If …

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