Whether you’re planning to homeschool your little ones or are just working with them at home, teaching them to read can seem a little overwhelming. It doesn’t have to though! Teaching them to read doesn’t have to be hard at all!
Make it fun with a few of the early literacy features from last week’s Mom’s Library and you’ll be enjoying new story books in no time!
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This week’s features!
Setting Literacy Goals from Growing Book by Book
Printable Rhyming Wheel from Research Parent
DIY Alphabet Book and Letter Sounds with Objects from Living Montessori Now
Fingerprint Letter Pages from Learning 2 Walk
Fun Books to Read with Toddlers from Mama’s Happy Hive
I-Spy Letter Hunt from Gift of Curiosity
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