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February 28, 2014

HomeFun! Sight Words for Preschoolers

Early reading skills; sight words Sight words are words that can be recognized and “read” when seen. They are not technically read or sounded out. They are memorized. Sight words are one of the building blocks needed to become a successful reader. Sight words are learned through repetition By the time your children are ready […]

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February 23, 2014

Nursery Rhymes – March

The repetition of Nursery Rhymes helps children develop: language skills, reading skills, math concepts, memory skills, creativity, dramatic skills and more.  Perhaps most importantly, Nursery  Rhymes connect generations with the commonality of rhymes that have been recited for 100s sometimes even 1000s of years. They create a sense of comfort and familiarity. To top it all off they’re fun to read, […]

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January 26, 2014

Nursery Rhymes – February

Jack be Nimble, Playmate, Come out and Play with me,  London Bridge, Miss Mary Mack Nursery, Words & Lyrics for preschool rhymes. Jumping, climbing, playing, and even falling are great ways for children to develop gross motor skills. Gross motor skills help childrens’ bodies grow and strengthen. They help the heart, the bones and the […]

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