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Are You Learning Your ABC’s?

Are you learning your ABC's?  Phonics is important for learning to read.  And are you learning to read?  Oh, yes. . .

Are you learning your ABC’s? They are important for learning to read. And are you learning to read? Oh, yes. . .

 

. . . we are in Toddler Community, where we are A) Asking Questions. . .

. . . we are in Toddler Community, where we are A) Asking Questions,

 

B) turning pages in a book,

B) turning pages in a book,

 

C) clapping our hands in joy,

C) clapping our hands for joy,

 

D) discovering small details in a story,

D) discovering small details in a story,

 

E) expressing ourselves in painting,

E) expressing ourselves in painting,

 

F) finding the fun in looking at something together,

F) finding the fun in looking at something together,

 

G)  greeting a visitor,

G) greeting a visitor,

 

H) hanging up wet shirts to dry,

H) hanging up wet shirts to dry,

 

I) inferring what might come next in the story,

I) inferring what might come next in the story,

 

J) joking with teacher about something funny,

J) joking with teacher about something funny,

 

K) keeping in mind specific vocabulary we've been learning, like "spatula," for example.

K) keeping in mind specific vocabulary we’ve been learning, like “spatula,” for example.

 

L) learning how to work together,

L) learning how to work together,

 

M) making the same sound the teacher is making,

M) making the same sound the teacher is making,

 

N) noting a detail from the story in an illustration,

N) noting a detail from the story in an illustration,

 

O) Oh, you get the idea, ducky!

O) Oh, you get the idea, ducky!

 

We love to read.  Some of our favorites that we read today include Inch by Inch, Trashy Town and Brown Bear, Brown Bear.

 

We would like them alone or together. It’s  fun to read them together, because different people remember and like different details.  We like to experiment with sounds; we like to learn lots of new words; we like wondering aloud what all of the parts of things are called.

 

We love predicting what will happen in the story, and, when it’s time for a certain sound, we love to make it!

 

Do you like to read books with friends?  What are your favorite titles?

 

Thank you for reading our blog!

 

 

 

2017-11-14T22:22:38+00:00By |Classroom Stories, Early Education, Theory, Toddler|