Rhyming is fun, but it also helps your child learn to crack the code of written language! Get 5 simple tips for using rhymes to amplify early literacy.
We’ve got 7 ways to maximize your child’s literacy and language skills, simply by reading out loud to your preschooler every day.
The ability to actively listen is key to your child’s growing language development. Read on to discover eight everyday things you can do to help strengthen your preschooler’s listening skills.
Chatty-do! Let’s have a triangle hunt! Tracking down and talking about triangles with your preschooler grows your child’s visual acuity and left-to-right eye tracking skills, which are key to …
How many rhymes can you find? Taking turns with this simple game challenges your preschooler’s language, social and hand-eye coordination skills at the same time! Ages 3 years & up.
What do pretend reading and rhyming have in common? They’re signs of your preschooler’s literacy! Today we share the basics of your preschooler’s emergent reading and 4 fun ways to foster it.
I move, you move! Get the whole family into the creative flow, while exercising your preschooler’s muscles and language skills too. Ages 2 years & up.