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Literacy Activities – John A. Macdonald & Scuttles the Squirrel

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READING + GUIDED READING ACTIVITIES = GOOD READERS!

One of the first steps for literacy development for young readers is to provide them with guided reading activities that provide successful and enjoyable reading experiences.

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One of the first steps in literacy development for young readers is to provide them with Guided Reading Activities that provide successful and enjoyable literacy experiences.

Utilizing John A. Macdonald & Scuttles The Squirrel Tangle with a Swell Smell FUN and FRIENDLY guided activities you can facilitate the development of your young child’s early reading accomplishments by extending their literacy experience success.

Time for children to talk about their reading and writing is perhaps one of the most underused, yet easy-to-implement, elements for learning literacy skills. It provides measurable benefits in comprehension, motivation, and even language competence. The task of switching between writing, speaking, reading, and listening helps children make connections between, and thus solidify, the skills they use in each. Use these Guided Literacy Activities as a tool for conversation and discussions with your child!

Bright Kids’ Guided Literacy Activities offer many high-frequency words and illustrations that provide direct support for meaning, word solving, and language structure. Watch as your child’s literacy skills improves while having FUN enjoying these activities!

Your child will benefit from daily opportunities for practice in applying their reading, writing, spelling knowledge and story discussion. Conversation improves comprehension. Such literary conversation helps children to analyze, comment, and compare—in short, to think about what they’ve read. Through these experiences and their growing familiarity with texts such as simple recounts, stories, spelling and printing – they develop an understanding of the story, vocabulary and language structure; and of the communicative possibilities of images and sounds.

Applying BRIGHT KIDS guided literacy activities your children will learn to construct words and sentences and to combine words, images, and sounds to express personal thoughts and feelings. They will be able to communicate ideas and information in a number of oral and written forms.

READING + GUIDED READING ACTIVITIES = GOOD READERS!

Parents and teachers can use their downloads with any PC or Mac, SmartBoard, Whiteboard, projection system allowing you the freedom to enrich your child’s reading experience with the technology you are using at home or in the classroom.