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Activity of the Week: Syllable Matching Tray

[Source:  No Time for Flashcards]

I have gotten a lot of questions over the years about what’s the MOST important exercise for teaching a child to read, and there really isn’t ONE, reading is a whole buffet of things that come together. If there is one thing for parents to do it is to read to your kids, after that there are many other little things to work on in fun ways. In my book Raising A Rock-Star Reader my co-author and I share 75 things parents can do to help support their child, and today’s post is another bite-sized activity that will help your child on their journey to reading.

Breaking up words into syllables is important because it helps children break apart words which ultimately will help them with writing, especially invented spelling and decoding

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