Sharing ideas to help develop children’s skills through play.
Adapt the concept to suit children’s ages and stages – simplify as necessary or make it more complex. Older children can cope with longer words, words starting or ending with digraphs (where two letters combine to make one sound) or trigraphs (you get the picture) and words starting with more similar sounds that are harder to differentiate. This helps build skills for spelling and to decode words for reading. A collection of downloadable resources related to language and literacy is here. More posts related to language and literacy are here. Daily advent posts will be collated on this page. You can share this post using any of the buttons below.