Monday, December 12, 2011

What Children Need to Learn to read Review and Giveaway


I have some great news. I made a post last week about Little T needing some help in speech and learning, well he started a new school. He goes to his old school in the mornings and the new one in the afternoon. I met with his new teacher Val on Friday and we had lots to talk about. She thinks that Little T can catch on but he has no interest so my job and goal as a mother is to help find ways to teach him that will interest him.
I was very lucky to have been chosen to receive a review copy of What Children Need to Learn to read book and Songs and Nursery Rhymes CD. I was excited to learn all that I could about any ways to help Little T. I knew he was going to enjoy it because just by watching the sample video he caught on to the letter H and was actually interested. He said H perfect and made the sound. Just by the sample video.
The book is set up in diffrent age groups for help and guidance with each group. Miss M and K are amazing readers and so I really just want to focus on Little T for awhile. Some of the activities we have been enjoying are the Rhyming. Little T loves Little Jack Horner and will say it over and over. With the Music and Songs we have had a blast. Every morning before this is how we start our morning. I start singing and he is up and wants to sing along, it has really helped our mornings become easier. 
I started on the site words but that was a little more advanced for him so I took a step back, we made alphabet blocks. He loved being able to help with them and it was a chance for us to go over his letters.

Thanks to Learners Lane (1) of my lucky readers will receive the same book and CD.






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5 comments:

  1. I like the Mental Math Game. cwitherstine at zoominternet dot net

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  3. they had zingo in the educational games--that was on my homeschool-preschool wishlist for my boys this year
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  4. Zingo looks like a game my kids would enjoy.

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Somewhere over the rainbow my dang shoe fell off!!

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