With books about letter recognition and phonics, you can get beginning readers excited about learning to read. Books from Carson-Dellosa, Educational Insights, and Scholastic cover the basics kids need to know. Stock your classroom with books and cards that teach early reading skills.
Introduce Important Concepts Letter recognition and early reading skills books introduce concepts that kids need to master before they can start reading independently. Whether you're teaching students about word families or helping preschoolers master letter recognition, the skills taught in early reading lessons build a solid foundation for later classes. Integrated activities that combine reading lessons with art, science, social studies, or math present essential material in new ways.
Make Reading Fun Cards and games that reinforce letter recognition, sight words, and phonics concepts in a fun way help kids retain information originally learned in class. Sticker sheets, hidden pictures, dot-to-dot puzzles, and coloring pages that help kids practice their letters bring an element of excitement to your classroom. Create a comprehensive preschool curriculum with early childhood resource books that also cover numbers and shapes.
Challenge Young Minds Early reading books that focus on drawing conclusions, retaining information, and recalling details from recently read text help kids boost their reading skills. Introduce challenging material to keep kids who are reading above their grade level interested, or use workbooks and texts aligned with state testing standards to ensure that students are on track for their next big assessment. Workbooks with targeted lessons increase in complexity gradually throughout the book, so each lesson builds on things learned earlier.
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