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Montessori Language Activities : Reading to Preschool Kids



By picking a repetitive book, children are able to follow and learn the sounds. Learn how to read to preschool kids in this free educational video about language Montessori methods.

Expert: Tami Elliot
Contact: www.northstarmontessoripreschool.com
Bio: Tami Elliot is the owner and a teacher at the Northstar Montessori Preschool.
Filmmaker: Travis Waack

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Originally posted 2018-09-19 00:17:39.

Phonics – Learn to Read | Earth Day Special | Alphablocks

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It’s Earth Day! The letter G is a grassy alphablock at one with the earth – come and learn to read and spell as the Alphablocks make phonetic spelling so much fun!
Alphablocks is the hit CBeebies TV show that’s helping hundreds of thousands of children learn to read. The Alphablocks are 26 living letters who discover that whenever they hold hands and make a word, something magical happens.
Learn to read and spell easy, intermediate and hard words with the phonetic spelling technique designed especially for kids learning to read.

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Originally posted 2018-04-05 08:25:25.

CAT ON THE MAT – Fantastic Phonics learn to read program – www.Early-Reading.com

www.fantasticphonics.com
Fantastic Phonics is a global reading program with more than 1.1 million children and adults learning to read with the program.

The program is donated to more than 200+ charities and NGOs who educate children in developing countries.

Research by the United States Agency for International Development indicates that the program achieved a 450% improvement in reading outcomes.

Fantastic Phonics is available in a child version and adult version. Both versions have digital formats, and the child version has printable books for classroom teaching.

The digital versions are pure HTML5, meaning they can be played on any system – internet is not required. This makes it ideal for communities with no internet, including developing communities in Africa and India, as well as prisons, and schools who do not want students browsing the internet.

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Originally posted 2018-05-14 19:43:07.