March 2, 2007, Newsletter Issue #73: Language Arts Accomplishments

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When teaching presechool language arts, early learning targets for your language arts lessons should include naming and sounding all of the letters of the alphabet, reading a range of small, common words such as cat, showing comprehension of simple stories, writing their names, counting reliably up to ten everyday objects, and recognizing the numbers 1-9. Luckily, teachers have many products and activities that make teaching these skills easy and fun. The KidPhonics Activity Set contains A-Z pictures and letters that can be worked with on a tray. And the set is expandable to include lower case letters and more.

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