Six Early Literacy Micro Lessons Automatic

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  • 1. Please click on the play button to view the video segments. Click here for overview
  • 2.
    • Skill #1 – Print Awareness
    • Skill #2 – Print Motivation
    • Skill #3 – Phonological
    • Awareness
    • Skill #4 – Vocabulary
    • Skill #5 – Narrative Skills
    • Skill #6 – Letter Knowledge
    Click here to advance to skill #1
  • 3.
    • Hold your book upside down
    • Run your finger along the title
    • Say “The End”
    • Point to real items in
    • the text. Then, show your child those items for real.
    • Start the book from the back to see if they correct you.
    • Point to signs with print on them around you.
    Click here to advance to skill #2
  • 4.
    • Choose books that your child is interested in.
    • Make reading fun.
    • Don’t force your child to read a certain amount of time.
    • Using interesting voices to keep them interested.
    • Allow them to have books of their own.
    Click here to advance to skill #3
  • 5.
    • Use rhyming games to help children understand how words sound the same.
    • Select rhyming books.
    • Find charts that show how changing the first letter can make the word sound different, but still rhyme.
    • Make up silly songs together.
    Click here to advance to skill #4
  • 6.
    • Show them pictures and tell them the name of words they do not know.
    • Check out non-fiction books to help build vocabulary.
    • Talk about what your doing, while you do it.
    • Show them real items that are like things you read about in a book.
    Click here to advance to skill #5
  • 7.
    • Retell stories that you know or that you have read together.
    • Make stick puppets and use those to retell stories.
    • Check out kits from your library to help you with kits and activities.
    • Use puppets.
    • Retell events in sequence.
    • Teach your child about the “beginning,” “middle,” and “end” of a story.
    Click here to advance to skill #6
  • 8.
    • Teach the name of the letter and the sound together.
    • Let your child make letters using play dough, yarn or macaroni.
    • Show them letters in their name.
    • Point out letters as you read.
    • Explain how letters can look different.
    • Find alphabet letter books to read and let them pick which letters to read first.
    Click here to advance to the conclusion of this video series.
  • 9. Congratulations! You did it! Remember to review and check your understanding of each skill. Then have fun with your child as you work together! Leave me a note about whether you liked this series and would like others like it on my website: http://learningneverends.wetpaint.com/page/Six+Early+Literacy+Skills+Micro+Lessons Click here to begin this series again