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تاریخ : یکشنبه 28 مهر 1398

 7mistakes to avoid when teaching the alphabet

Mistake #1 – Too many worksheets

If you're new to teaching the alphabet, you might think that worksheets are the way to go. Hunt for “preschool alphabet worksheets” on Pinterest, and you'll find a ton. Should you use them

Most of the time – no. Worksheets don't teach – they simply let you know what your child has already learned. Pull out the worksheets after you've taught the alphabet, and only if your child enjoys them

Mistake # 2 – Not enough hands-on learning

If we're not doing pencil and paper worksheets, we need to do hands-on learning. But many of us don't quite know where to begin. What is there, after all, beyond worksheets

Oh, so much


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  • Mistake #4 – Expecting kids to write their letters before they're ready

    I can't tell you how many times I've received emails from people concerned that their 3-year-old isn't writing his or her letters yet

    Most preschoolers are not ready to do traditional handwriting pages. And when we expect them to, we burn them out

    Instead of expecting your child to write the alphabet, focus on pre-writing strokes instead (you'll love this handy resource!). Lay off on the handwriting until your child is closer to kindergarten. And when you do start, there's no rush to write on the lines. Try these easy no-line pages instead

    Mistake #5 – Insisting that your child finish an activity the way you expect it to be done

    As much as we might like neat little crafts and worksheets, our preschoolers usually have a different idea. And that's okay

    And then there's the day you prepare an activity you're sure your child will love – only to find it fall flat. That's okay too

  • Mistake #6 – No flexibility

    If you're a Type A planner, you might want to write out your plan for the whole six months. Because that's about how long it will take to do a Letter of the Week study, one letter per week, without breaks

    Except … how do you know how it's going to go? Maybe your child needs some time to let it all sink in. It might take you a full month just to learn letter A. And maybe, come month three, your child is zipping through the alphabet faster than you can keep up. You might want to double up on the letters in your last month. Be flexible

    Mistake #7 – Forgetting to read

    Okay, maybe you read #6 and laughed a little. Planning six months in advance? Ha! If you're anything like me, you're taking life day by day. If that's true for you, don't beat yourself up when you go a day (or, ahem, weeks) without focused preschool learning. The good news is that the most important thing you can do is easy, no prep, and requires no computer ink

    Just read. Read to your child as often as you can. Talk about books. Love books. Treasure books. Not sure where to begin? Our Letter of the Week book list is a great place to start





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