Free Reading & Language Arts Materials

Teach your kids to read and math: word cards and a schedule!

Thanks to Kristina from TeachYourBabyToRead group for sharing this fabulous resource: incredible collection word cards and, the most amazing – the schedule on when/how to use it, what to retire, what to add, etc. Enjoy!!!! Here is a link to my schedules for Math – also a year’s worth!!! Here is a link to my [...]

Free Phrases presentation in Englsih, German and Spanish

Some more presentations from Isa: want cards – things that kids like to do, such as playing hockey, playing chess, flying kytes, etc. Randomizer is included and presentation can be viewed in English, Spanish, or German with or without the pictures. Learn to Read… in Spanish, English or German: Want Cards 1-3. Thanks to Isa!!(11/22/2009) [...]

Progressive Phonics – free cute phonics books

This is a wonderful website with free phonics books. Registration is required, but it is free. I skimmed through it – pictures look funny, words – useful. So, if phonics is your teaching to read method of choice or you just want to do both – check it out: Progressive Phonics. Download ready-made books Combination [...]

Free Presentations – Books in English – Ice Cream!

                  Who doesn’t like ice cream? I think kids don’t like ice cream. They LOVE IT! So, here is a little reading treat. Enyclopedic Knowledge – General Culture: Ice Cream History (English) Teach Your Baby To Read – Books In Russian: Ice Cream History (Russian) Free Presentations [...]

Free Presentations by A.P.P. – books in English

Wonderful, most wonderful new books by A.P.P. I really loved that this set of presentations helps the young readers with vocabulary and that it has more depth to the Charlotte Web lovers – more information about the pigs, about virtues and vices, and about swans and trumpets. Thanks to A.P.P. for sharing these gems (and [...]

Phonics based whole word cards by A.P.P. – step by step instructions

I’m going against the Doman grain here, but my own method did involve constantly “testing” the young reader, in a way. We began at age 22 months, and he was able to pronounce all of the (simple) words on the cards. So I was not just showing the cards. But it wasn’t as brutal as [...]