Part 1: Handwriting & Spelling
What if your handwriting practice worksheets paired up exactly with the step-by-step phonics skills your child was learning in their reading?
What could that repetition, that use of both eyes and hands to decode and then rebuild words, do for your child’s reading and also their spelling?
Along each step of your child’s reading journey they can now have handwriting worksheets that reinforce the skills they just learned while improving their spelling and penmanship.
Part 2: Sight Words
While systematic phonics should be the core of a child’s reading training, strategically learning sight words along with that training can significantly improve fluency, speed, and comprehension.
Learn sight words with playdough, blocks, and toys from the toybox. Each sight word will have play-based activities as well as extra writing practice and/or scissor practice cut and paste worksheets.
These sight words are taught in the order they are introduced in your reading passages from the Play-to-Read program, reducing your planning and prep time as well as smoothly assisting your child along their reading journey.