Lesson Tutor : Kindergarten Reading lessons


How to Teach Your Child to Read.
To really learn to read, your child needs the most important tool of all – the kitchen table – where you sit together and spend about ten minutes a day working through the process step-by-little-step.
by Michael Levin, M.D.

Printable Worksheets for introducing Dolch Sight Words

Series 1  Three worksheets of Dolch sight words with similar vowel sounds
Series 2  Set of four printable worksheets of random Dolch sight words
by Joanne Mikola

Sibling Reading
Being young and foolish, it is the ultimate measure to do better than the same blood standing right next to you.
by Jodi Jill

Milk and Cereal for Dinner
The box was, and always will be, the best part of milk and cereal.
by Jodi Jill

Reading on the Telephone
The majority of libraries have reading lines that cater to children who are looking for a great story.
by Jodi Jill

Chalking Up the Summer
It is enjoyable to see what the kids create and listen to them explain how they see the world through their eyes.
by Jodi Jill

Teaching My 5 Year Old to Read 
Experience has taught us some valuable lessons.
by Jay Carper

Using a Magnetic Letter Board to Teach Phonics 
by Elaine Ernst Schneider

Books and Your Children
Stimulate your child’s love for reading. Pick from the Fall 2003 Best Sellers List for Emerging Readers then snuggle up for some quality time with your child.
by Elaine Ernst Schneider