Last week at our monthly Ready to Learn class we talked about the building blocks of emergent literacy. These building blocks include listening, talking, writing, decoding and comprehension. Part of learning comprehension is sequencing. This includes questions like, what came first? What came after and what can you expect next? Watch this video to understand more on how to help your child build their literacy skills. To receive information and an evite to our Ready to Learn class email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Wind Blew is a must find in your local library. Not only are the illustrations beautiful but this story helps your child learn sequencing. After reading this book print the activity page below. Cut out the following items, color them and then use a paper clip to attach them to a piece of yarn or string. Have your child place them in the order they appeared in the story.