Class Three : Wrapping Up Pre-Reading Skills

Welcome to week three of Plato Academy. This week, we are wrapping up pre-reading skills by strengthening your child’s print awareness and letter recognition.

 

Although I introduce a new topic every week, please remember to move at a comfortable pace. If your child needs more practice, you can always find other activities in the list of additional resources below. If you have a suggestion about another fun activity your child loves, please share it with the group by posting a comment.  When we all support one another, we will be an unmatchable resource.

 

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Additional Letter Recognition Activities

 

ABC Cup Hunt {Playdough to Plato}

Letter of the Day Hand Stamps {Playdough to Plato}

Alphabet Hop Game {Boy Mama Teacher Mama}

25 Alphabet Activities {No Time for Flash Cards}

Alphabet Letter Toss {ABC & 123}

Alphabet Monsters {Little Family Fun}

Seek and Find Alphabet {Mama Miss}

Alphabet Box {Teaching 2 and 3 Year Olds}

Roundup of Activities {PreKinders}

25 Games for Alphabet Flash Cards {Tip Junkie}

Bang Game {Sun Scholars}

Letter Stamping {Oopsey Daisy}

Printable Letter Games {Reading Resources}

Magic Letters {No Time for Flashcards}

Personalized Alphabet Photo Book {Chic and Cheap Nursery}

 

Additional Name Recognition Activities

 

Top 5 Ways to Teach  Your Child to Spell Her Name {Playdough to Plato}

10 Ways to Have Fun Teaching Names {Make Do and Friend}

14 Ways to Explore the Letters in Your Child’s Name {Ready. Set. Read}

 

Join the Conversation

 

My child’s favorite Plato Academy activity so far has been ______.

 

About Malia Hollowell

Malia is a National Board Certified elementary teacher turned stay at home mama to three young kids {4.5, 3 and 1}. She earned her Bachelor’s and Master’s in Education {go Stanford!} and spent seven years teaching in a classroom. Since starting Playdough to Plato in 2012, her ideas have been featured in Parenting Magazine, Pinterest's Top Educational Pins and Kiwi Crate.



Comments

  1. kworwood says:

    My 3.5 year old loved finding words he could read!! I think it really amazed him that he already knew so many words! It was a big confidence boost for him and has really given him the motivation he needed. Now he looks forward to little sister’s naptime so he can play reading games with mom!

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