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Bauso: How do children learn to read the Montessori way? - Auburn Citizen

Bauso: How do children learn to read the Montessori way? - Auburn Citizen | Moms & Parenting | Scoop.it
Bauso: How do children learn to read the Montessori way?
Auburn Citizen
Gradually, our children are introduced to consonant blends (sl, tr, cr), digraphs (th, sh, ch), vowel teams (ea, ou, ui), and then words containing more than one syllable.

Via THE READING SCHOOL™
Dawn Matheson's insight:

Every child learns differently - and at different paces! If you are starting to introduce words and/or  you're child is struggling with developing his/her reading skills, this may be an approach that could work for you.

 

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let the children play: they play, but do they write?

let the children play: they play, but do they write? | Moms & Parenting | Scoop.it

In a play-based curriculum every day provides endless opportunities to learn about print in meaningful situations. So lets keep on providing the best practice for young children in their early childhood programs through play and not fall into the trap of thinking that play excludes literacy.


Via Jennifer Dodge - CCRC executive director
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Sue Atkins's curator insight, June 29, 2013 5:29 AM

The importance of #play 

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Kirby's Lane: A Place for Readers and Writers: From the Office of the Future of Reading

Kirby's Lane: A Place for Readers and Writers: From the Office of the Future of Reading | Moms & Parenting | Scoop.it
Dawn Matheson's insight:

"Your job as parents/caregivers is not to teach your child how to read (we do this at school) but instead to help encourage your child to want to read." ~ Carrie Gelson

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