Kids ask a lot of questions. Turn their tough questions into a Book of Why. It's a great way to start building a child's research skills at an early age and to show them that "Why?" is a great question!
Caring for pets—in real life and in play scenarios—helps children develop qualities of responsibility and empathy. Developing these important social skills will help your child thrive in school and in life.
This printable activity encourages your child to think about appropriate emotional responses to varied scenarios. Identifying the proper emotional response to a scenario is an important social development skill.
Sounding out, or decoding, words with the consonant-vowel-consonant pattern (such as dog) is a great place for an emergent reader to start. In this printable, sorting words based on their sounds helps children pay attention to the individual sounds within words.
As they become readers, children need to understand that different texts have different purposes. In this printable, children distinguish between different types of texts, such as lists, newspapers, and signs.
Help your child identify letter sounds. Distinguishing between individual sounds in a word develops your child's phonemic awareness, the ability to hear individual sounds within words and manipulate them.