How can I help my child?
Lauren says: Shonda, Your plan to slow down is a good one. June 16, 2017 at 2: There are 26 letters of the alphabet but they make 44 sounds.
Maybe in the future. October 5, 2017 at 6: Crystal Alexander says: His seizures are controlled by medicine because of that he is always sleepy. Chris Z says: However, if your 6-year-old continues to struggle with blending, please contact us for further help.
I have since recommended it dozens of times. Shonda says: Her school teaches those three nonsense words they only have to read them quickly, and fluently in one minute.
Most children, after all the practice with syllable division and reading words that All About Reading provides, would read ee-le-fant and immediately know the word is elephant.
The older 3 learned to read without too much difficulty, but our fourth has been a challenge. A caring adult should bring the child along side them as they go about their day and talking about what they are doing, seeing, thinking, hearing.
Thanks for sharing this information. My nieces have been taught primarily to do sight words and there is such a big difference in their reading and comprehension. Kellie W. I will be passing this along for consideration. Tara says: This blog post, Reading: Children are taught to read letters or groups of letters by saying the sound s they represent — so, they are taught that the letter l sounds like llll when we say it.
Brenda says: This is so helpful. Thank you for this information.