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…
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
Red Apple Reading is dedicated to helping parents nurture literacy development in their children. The love of literacy begins with little ones listening to mom and dad read aloud. Alphabet books make great selections for young children transitioning from infancy into toddler-hood. These simple books allow toddlers to become familiar with letters in a fun and relaxed atmosphere. Your toddler is sure to love the following ABC books!
As parents we want to support our children in all their endeavors. Whether they are learning to walk, ride a bike, or play an instrument we want to provide them with the necessary resources to help them succeed. Reading is also an important endeavor for children to master. Red Apple Reading would like to share 5 essential resources parents can employ as they raise their young readers.
In my last post I discussed how you can get your child’s reading development off to a good start with activities for infants and toddlers. Those budding skills will need to continue being nurtured as your child moves from toddlerhood to preschool.
One of the most important things you can do for your child from the beginning is to read to him. Reading books, even if they are plastic or board books, introduces your child to the wonderful world of reading that will become so critical once he enters school.