Help your child develop her word skills by teaching her about the special skill of silent “e.” Ask her to practice predicting how words change when the silent “e” is added.
Encourage your child to create a rhyming poem, also known as a "rap" - it's a great way to flex creativity and play with rhyming words.
This fun activity will encourage your child to notice the different sounds the letter “g” makes. Then you can use your “g” words to create silly sentences together.
You and your child can go on a quest, excavating word artifactsfrom hiding places around your home and figuring out what they are!
Use a formula to help your child master combined words.
Sometimes, when letters switch places it builds a new word. Build your own words with this activity.
In this activity, your child can create his very own Electric Company comic book.
Help your child identify the way the letter "r" changes the sound of a vowel.