Focus on Preschool
Findings and Recommendations
Research has shown that children who read well in early grades are much more assured of later academic success. Furthermore, research shows that those who fall behind in the early years will most likely lag behind academically in subsequent years. (Snow, Burns, and Griffin, 1998)
According to research, the two most important early indicators of reading success are phonemic awareness and letter naming and recognition.
Reading A-Z Alignment with Research
Reading A-Z provides a vast collection of alphabet resources that include an alphabet book for each letter of the alphabet (English, Spanish, and French), alphabet flashcards, alphabet chants, alphabet bingo cards, and letter formation practice sheets. A bank of teaching strategies with engaging student activities for alphabet instruction is also offered.
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|T - English||T - Spanish|
|T - French|
|Alphabet Chant T|
|Letter Formation Worksheets|
|Letter T Worksheet - English||Letter T Worksheet - Spanish|
|Nursery Rhyme Books|
|There Was a Crooked Man|