Who would think that I would ever be posting a COVID-19 Learning activities newsletter? However, here we are with schools closed and millions of kids home. Parents are stepping up to “homeschool” their children and are using home packets and online resources. For many this is unfamiliar territory and an added element to their already full plates.
Many parents are scouring the internet to find school activities to support schoolwork or looking for additional activities. To help shorten your search I’m working on some mid-month newsletters of some past posts from my blog threeringsconnections.org to get you started. This newsletter is focused on READING activities. Keep checking back for additional posts.
- Environmental Print is ALL AROUND!
- Encouraging Writing for Kindergartners
- Awesome Website Resources: Dec. 2018
- 9 Sight Words Games for Kids
- Nursery Rhymes Are Good for Kids
- Increase Vocabulary by “Fancy Talk”
- Readiness and Kindergarten Screening
- DayByDayNY: Kindergarten Readiness Calendar
- Online Resources for Preschoolers
- Tumblebooks: Free Stories for Kids
- Phonological Awareness Resource for Families
- Comprehension Questions Help Early Readers
- Article-A-Day Helps Comprehension
- School Age Readers and Writers Activities
- Comprehension Questions: Grade 2-3
- 3 Writing Strategies to Use Evidence
- How to Help Highly Advanced Readers
- Writing Prompts to Encourage Writing
- Picture Walks can promote reading
- Reading Resources: Top 5
- 5 Parts of Reading: Completes the Puzzle
- Fluency in Reading: 12 Ways to Increase
- Encouraging Independent Reading
- Top Reading Resources for Kids!
- Guided Reading Level: At School and Home
- ReadWorks a FREE Reading Resource (K-12)
- Concepts of Print (COP)in Daily Reading
- Reading Strategies for Parents
Learning occurs in day to day activities. So, look for and create learning opportunities throughout your day. Stay safe and be well.