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7 Tips for Teaching Phonemic Awareness

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7 Tips for Teaching Phonemic Awareness

Phonemic awareness is the basis of the English language and any other language as well. Students first must learn the isolated phonemes and their units of sound before they can master words and strings of phonemes. Building phonemic and phonological awareness is important.

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6 Tips to Help You Teach a Visual Learner

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6 Tips to Help You Teach a Visual Learner

Everyone learns differently, which can make teaching students or helping your child learn a new concept difficult. There are many styles of learning, but the three most common are auditory, kinetic, and visual. Understanding how to teach a visual learner will help you re-enforce concepts quicker.

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Easy Valentines Day Crafts for Your Kids

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Easy Valentines Day Crafts for Your Kids

Valentine's Day is right around the corner! It's a fun holiday to make crafts with your kids. Kids love to make little crafts that they can hang for decorations or give to their family and friends. If you want to make some simple, easy Valentine's Day crafts with your kids, here are a few things you can try!

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Why You Should Read Aloud to Your Kids

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Why You Should Read Aloud to Your Kids

Reading aloud to my kids is one of my greatest joys. I love to snuggle up with my kids on the couch and go on an adventure in a story. We may be traveling in the mountains or living on the prairie. Stories bring excitement to your life and help to increase your child's literacy skills.

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Why Play is Important for Early Education

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Why Play is Important for Early Education

Early childhood educators understand the power of play in early education. Parents may think their child is just having fun, but play develops your child's cognitive, social, and emotional skills.

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