It’s summer! Now is the time to prepare an entertaining car ride for the kids with this collection of road trip games and activities.
Use simple reading activities to help teach your 6-year-old kiddo how to read and make it a happy and gratifying experience.
Fall holds a special place in the hearts of many children and is nostalgic for many adults too. To create an incredibly fun fall mood for the kiddos, try any of these fun fall literacy activities.
Check out these 10 fun ideas to keep both you and your child engaged and enjoying the learning process!
If you have an emerging reader at home, it is time to learn some phonics! Red Apple Reading has compiled ten phonics activities for you to play with your little ones.
Letter recognition and the sounds that correspond with each is the first step in learning to read. Therefore, if you desire to raise readers, you will want to make sure this foundation is firm. Fortunately, you don’t need to have a degree or special training to nurture this skill in Read more…
What comes to mind when you think of phonics practice? Although it may sound boring, the truth is that phonics instruction can be a lot of fun! If you have an emerging reader in your home, now is the time to begin phonics practice.
Finally! Many of us had our doubts during the gray, cold winter season that we would ever experience warmth and color again, but spring is finally here! While it’s refreshing to get outside and enjoy the sunshine, we must face facts – some days are still going to be messy Read more…
Children learn in many ways. Young children especially learn best when their body is engaged, a process known as kinesthetic learning. Rather than simply listening to a lesson being taught, kids are actively engaged. This developmentally appropriate approach is a great way to develop literacy in toddlers and preschoolers. Red Apple Reading shares 10 great kinesthetic literacy activities for parents to do with their little ones today!
Sunday, September 23rd officially marked the first day of fall. Whether its football, cooler temperatures, or changing leaves, everyone has something they enjoy about this time of year. We also love autumn here at Red Apple Reading, so in the spirit of the season, we’ve found 10 activities that combine a little ABC practice with a bit of fall fun. We know your little one will enjoy these autumn inspired alphabet projects