Learn to Read. 6 Reading Games

Jun 4, 2014

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This week we are showcasing

"6 Games to practice Reading"

Learning to read is one of those very important developmental milestones for kids. The completely awesome thing about learning to read is that really, all you need to do to learn to read, is to read (and read, and read, and read).
Ok, so generally there is a starting point to learning to read formally, which is by learning letters. But learning to read should start long before individual letter learning and it comes from being read to as a child. For children to learn how to read they need to be read to continuously and they need to have opportunities to read text in all forms.
To help with the comprehension of text, children often practice sight words so that their reading flows more easily and understanding is not lost. Just reading over letters and lists of sight words isn't the most interesting activity for kids though, so here are 6 games from last week's Tuesday Tots link-up, that make practicing reading fun.



1. Gross Motor Reading Game from Learn with Play at Home

2. Soccer Kick Reading Game from J Daniel 4's Mom

3. Letter Hop from The Four H's Housewife

4. Sight Word Bang  from There's Just One Mommy

5. Word Toss. Sight Words Game from Learn with Play at Home

6. Movie Charades from Moms and Munchkins



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Now for the Tuesday Tots link-up
Announcement: In order to keep up with the demands of our own households and also those of our readers, Cerys (from Rainy Day Mum), Ness (from One Perfect Day) and myself, have decided to open the Tuesday Tots link up to play ideas, activities and child related posts suitable from birth to teens. 
Where once we only shared ideas for those under the age of 5, we will now be sharing activities, ideas and posts for a larger range of ages/abilities. We look forward to seeing all the new material that is linked up from talented bloggers worldwide and featuring our top picks for the week.


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Happy playing,
Debs :)

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5 comments:

  1. Thanks so much for featuring me. Just so ya know my blog title has 4 spelled out "four". It confusing, I know. I think I'm going to completely change my blog name for a million reasons. Just don't want people to be lost if they type in the URL. Thanks again!

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  2. Pinterest is the best for kids' activities! It certainly has kept my two busy recently :)

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  3. Learning games are the best for the kids and allow them to play is a perfect way that is useful and helpful for the kids to learn the things that are important for them. serious games for training is also a great idea that allow us to play and to have the best time.

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  4. Thank you! Our kids are having fun and learning new things . This looks like so much fun for them.

    Teach Your Kids

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