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Archive for June, 2013

Stinky Cake by Carole Peterson

Stinky CakeRhymes are fun to sing and say with your child. Singing rhymes also helps your child hear words being broken up into smaller sounds, which is part of phonological awareness. Try singing “Icky Sticky and Ooey Gooey” from the CD Stinky Cake by Carole Peterson. This song lets you guess the rhyming word coming up in the song. You can even try to make up new verses at home just by finding words that rhyme!

–Tip by Keary B., Youth Collection Specialist

 

By eemerick on June 24, 2013 Categories: Phonological Awareness

Baby Bear’s Books

Baby Bear's BooksBy focusing on their interests, children will remember alphabet letters more than if you drill them. In the book Baby Bear’s Books by Jane Yolen, Baby Bear is interested in books and being read to by his parents. What is your child interested in? Read a book about it!

–Tip by Laura B., Youth Technology Librarian

By eemerick on June 10, 2013 Categories: Letter Knowledge