A PreK reading strategy includes pre-writing activities including drawing, coloring and painting. Artistic expression is important as a language arts lesson as it encourages PreK children to become comfortable with making creative marks on paper. When given plain paper PreK reading strategy children express themselves starting with lines and scribbles, then progressing to individualized, unique mark-making activities as they learn to design and create on paper. This not only gives them confidence with writing, it helps develop small-muscle structure in their hands. They learn to hold writing instruments, whether they be crayons, pencils, felt pens, or paintbrushes.
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PreK Reading Strategy and Curriculum Standards: Writing Applications – Reading Strategy, Language Arts Lessons, Language Arts Worksheets, Language Arts Activity
PreK reading strategy students are also often given language arts worksheets. Most PreK children are ready for simple language arts worksheet lessons and many young children enjoy doing the paperwork. They can start learning the difference between uppercase and lowercase letters. A popular language arts activity at this reading level is for children to copy letters and words. Even if they don’t immediately understand all the words, they often think copying them is loads of fun.
An important part of a PreK reading strategy writing program is to see that young children are capable of following directions. Therefore language arts worksheets are used in asking children to do simple things such as “circle the duck” and “put an x on the dog” when given a writing worksheet with pictures of various animals.
Letters of the alphabet are introduced and PreK reading strategy students learn to form the letters correctly. Their reading teacher encourages them to write the letters using language arts worksheets that show which direction they should move their pencils for ease of writing.
PreK reading strategy students learn simple rhymes, songs, and finger-plays, and are given language arts worksheets to decorate with these things written on them. Many PreK reading strategy students pick up an ability to read by learning the rhymes then comparing with the words written on paper.
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*Reading Standards are defined by each state. Time4Learning bases its use of PreK reading standardson the national bodies that recommend curriculum and standards and the interpretations of it by a sampling of states notably Florida, Texas, and California.
This story is constructed using the “consonant – vowel – consonant” and “sight” words that were just taught.
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