Language Arts is an essential part of every curriculum in primary education. The journey of Language Arts begins for many young students with the reading of Children's Books. Reading supplemental literature to your students is an engaging way to teach Language Arts.
Sight Words are incredibly important in any teacher's curriculum. Sight words are words that the reader knows automatically. The pronunciation is known without having to decode the word's particular spelling. Words that appear frequently are often learned by young children as sight words. The sight word workbooks we offer help students to learn a variety of different sight words to give them an advantage in their reading and learning in the future. We also offer many flash cards that build fluency and comprehension. Teach your child to succeed with sight words at any age!
Magnetic Letters are fun and entertaining for many children and simultaneously help teach word building skills. Keep a set of magnetic letters or words on you blackboard or whiteboard and let your students play with them in their free time. This mindless practice will teach them how to join letters to create words and sentences.
When teaching Language Arts, it's crucial to enlighten your students with proper Reading Skills. When students are taught reading skills at a young age, readingand learning will be exponentially easier for them in the future. Products such as Ashley Reading SkillsReading Strips Yellow help young readers to stay focused on a single line rather than letting their eyes wander across the page. Our Reading Skill Books, such as Carson Dellosa Reading Skills - Skill Builders Reading Grade 1 teach skills through a variety of writing types to entertain and challenge young readers. With such workbooks, young readers will master importantreading and comprehension skills in no time at all!