The most natural way for very young children to learn can be gleaned by watching how they play. They handle everything, they tell stories, they sing, they listen to stories and look at pictures.
Without trying to overtly teach anything, you can read to your preschooler and sing with them. You can talk about what you see in pictures with them. Images, stories, and music are powerful vehicles for learning and remembering, so we use them liberally!
The Preschool Kit Contains:
I Can Sing from 1 to 10 is a colorful book that stylizes each number and offers pictorial elements to count. Sing the words using the tune for Baa Baa Black Sheep.
Alphabet Tales uses story and images to teach letter symbols and their sounds. Just read the engaging stories and enjoy the follow up crafts and lay an important foundation for reading.
Eli’s Books are a set of 11 books that are perfect for read-aloud and discussion. Young children will engage with Eli and his various adventures.
SnapWords® Preschool List are 59 introductory words collected just for preschoolers from within various SnapWords® Lists. Note: if you have a 607 SnapWords® Kit, these words are in your kit.
baby, ball, bed, bike, bird, boat, book, boot, box, boy, bus
car, cat, chair, children, city, coat, crab, dad, desk, dog, ears
eyes, fat, feet, fire, fish, flower, food, friend, giant, girl, grass
hair, hand, hat, head, home, house, mom, plant, rain, river, rock
sand, shirt, shoe, snake, snow, spider, stick, storm, sun, tree
water, wind, woman, world, worm.