Finally a fun way for children to learn to read and write
Learning can and should be fun. Yet many students struggling to develop their reading and writing skills are discouraged by the sheer boredom associated with learning.
Wordplay 's unique game approach shows parents how to help their children discover the joy of reading and writing while having tons of fun together.
Incorporating many multi-sensory and physical activity games-perfect for children who are frustrated by sitting at a desk all day--this unique guide helps students learn through touch, sound, and movement as well as sight. All games are flexible and require minimal materials and prep time. Parents can finally put away those dreary flash cards and instead teach their children in imaginative and amusing ways that will have their kids laughing and asking for more.
|Grouped Work ID||84447403-02f2-27f1-375e-7f2fc16340d9|
|Grouping Author||lori goodman|
|Grouping Language||English (eng)|
|Last Grouping Update||2020-09-20 04:38:11AM|
|Last Indexed||2020-09-20 05:02:23AM|
|Novelist Primary ISBN||9780071435765|
|available_at_aacpl||Online OverDrive Collection|
|detailed_location_aacpl||Online OverDrive Collection|
|display_description||Make your home a learning haven with these fun and interactive multisensory games Learning should be fun. But when a child struggles with a learning difficulty, the pleasures of reading and writing are often replaced by fear, frustration, and embarrassment. Help foster a relaxed and playful approach to learning for your whole family with the step-by-step multisensory reading and writing games found in Wordplay. Most likely your child is already overwhelmed by the rigors of classroom drills. With Wordplay, you'll turn your home into a place where your child feels safe, smart, confident, in control, and open to learning and exploration. By taking a playful approach to learning, some of the featured games help children practice and master the foundations of reading and writing, while others prompt children to organize their thoughts, strengthen their memory, and improve their spoken language and motor skills. These engaging no-prep or low-prep games can be adapted for learners of different ages. Fun learning games you can play with your family include: Letter/Sound/Word Jump: Leap to learn the alphabet. Crazy Ates: Deal the cards--and practice rhyming. How Much Is That Word? Add up the letters and get rich in vocabulary. Room Sleuth: Hear the phonics clues, guess the object. Breaking News: Report a scoop in the shortest possible way. Hopping Sentences: Play hopscotch to learn the basic parts of speech. And much more!|
|owning_library_aacpl||Anne Arundel County Public Library Online|
|owning_location_aacpl||Online OverDrive Collection|
|topic_facet||Family & Relationships|