Building Language For Literacy

For younger children, building the connection between sounds and letters helps build the foundations of future reading.

Scholastic.com’s website, Building Language for Literacy, features fun characters and games to engage your child. Nine the naming Newt helps kids learn the names of common items and the words for them. Leo the letter loving lobster helps kids learn about their ABCs, and Reggie the Rhyming Rhino helps kids learn sounds. The activities are all interactive, and would be perfect for kids and parents to do together.

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Content provided by Eastern Michigan University.

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