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Three Letter Blending A | Short Vowels,Beginning Readers, Pre-Readers Phonics Lesson

http://www.firststepreading.com | This video teaches your child how to blend 3 letters together to read Short Vowel A 3 letter words.
This video shows your child to use both letter sounds and word families to help him/her blend 3 letters together to read words.
Reading 3 Letters words is taught by moving a Consonant closer and closer to Short Vowel A Word Family Endings.
Blending sounds to make words is a learning process. The first step of blending is when your child states the correct sounds for the letter characters that are being blended for example the word, “Cat” will often first be read as “C”- “at.” With practice your child will learn to further blend the sounds to correctly say “Cat.”
Your child will learn to read 3 letter Short Vowel A words in the Practice Reading Book. (Practice Reading Book 1: Pages 1-26).

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Originally posted 2018-04-24 08:56:14.

Amazon Kindle Fire for Children’s Books

This video features me and my little nephew just having some fun reading an interactive book for him. This gives the Kindle Fire yet another application for everyday life. The book featured is called “Moon Secrets” by Emilio Villalba. There are many beautifully-illustrated children’s books, as well as picture books, in the Amazon appstore, and many are free.

Check out Kindle Fire on Amazon at https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0051VVOB2/ref=as_li_ss_til?tag=jaymarkcom-20&camp=0&creative=0&linkCode=as4&creativeASIN=B0051VVOB2&adid=02BVEGPS4Z6R80HXCGY5&

My Kindle Video Playlist: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLBB188A6CBF28ACFB

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Originally posted 2018-04-19 08:50:19.

ABC Phonics | Reading for kids Part 1 | LOTTY LEARNS

Join Lotty on an amazing ABC PHONICS- reading for kids adventure with her friends Fuzz, Chuck, and Chip! Together, they will learn the ABC phonics, Capital and lowercase letters, vowels, letter sounds, letter blending, and sight words. Along the way they will sing songs, and even play games!

Your little one will soon realize how much fun ABC phonics can be! It’s never too early to introduce your children to ABC reading concepts. At Lottylearns.com, we believe every child deserves the tools needed for reading success.

Visit http://lottylearns.com for more free lessons, songs, interactive games, and apps!

Lotty Learns is a preschool learning channel and website that offers ABC Phonics videos along with other subjects for kids. Everything is designed to give every child a jumpstart in their education. Our system is designed to let children progress through lessons at their own pace, while they learn basic ABC Phonics reading fundamentals in a fun and engaging way.

Hope you enjoy our ABC phonics for kids reading compilation! Leave a comment and subscribe.

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Originally posted 2018-04-05 08:20:21.

The Book “ANIMALS – 30 Fascinating Bedtime Stories About Animals – Kindle Book On Amazon

TO BUY THE BOOK: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00CHCPAN6
MORE ABOUT THE BOOK: http://www.kidslearningbooks.com/animals

ANIMALS – Children’s Book For Kindle – Ages 4-8 – Children Books Series, Now In The Kindle Store Of Amazon.com

30 Fascinating Children Bedtime Stories About Animals – Kids Stories

Dear Parent,
Dear Grandparent,

This book, ANIMALS: 30 Fascinating Bedtime Stories About Animals, is an enchanting guessing game book for children between the age of 4 and 8.

This wonderful collection of 30 unique children’s stories is a great way to interact with your child or grandchild during story time. The stories are easy to read and older children may be able to read them on their own.

Each unique story is about a different animal. Hints are given throughout the story about the animal, regarding its habits, its looks and its characteristics.

Each animal story also has a dilemma, which is solved by the end of the story, and is related to the animal’s actual way of life. For example, in the story ‘Stan The Fastest Runner In The World, Stan the horse lives on a farm where he wins a race because he runs fast and steady.

At the end of each story, you ask your child to guess which animal the main character was depicting.

The stories are easy to follow, and your child will not have any trouble guessing which animal is being referred to, thanks also to the great animal illustrations included in the book.

As a parent or grandparent, you are encouraged to read the story again if the child has not picked up on all the hints. The stories are rather short and come with beautiful animal illustrations.

Young children can also grasp the spirit of the story. These are lovely stories to read at bedtime, but can […]

Originally posted 2018-07-12 21:51:52.