On some days, my son was finding the plain old alphabet worksheets a bit dull. Motivating him to practice these important skills became tough. So, to help keep his interest and keep him learning, I decided to design a set of alphabet mysteries for him to develop early foundation skills involving:
Keep on reading to learn more about the new A-Z Letter Detectives series and grab a free Letter Mystery Resource Download too!
Students may be able to read a chapter or section of a book on their own, but are they really comprehending what is being said? Teachers must learn to recognize the answer to that question and, in turn, support students' comprehension of written material. Of course, that's easier said than done.
Last week the post was about the amazing benefits of brain breaks and learning. As promised at the end of that post, this week I am posting some fun and free brain break ideas that you can use in the classroom or your home-school.
A 21st century School Teacher, Mother, and Wife.
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