Make learning words a daily habit
Set up your flip book on the kitchen counter or dining table and talk about the words during mealtimes.
Point to the easy words - don't skip the hard ones
Easy words are sight words. Once children have got a mental snapshot, they are better equipped to identify a word later on in their reading.
Talk about the illustrations
Nothing develops children's thinking and language more than meaningful conversations with adults.
Sound out the first letter of the word
Do this together. It helps children develop awareness of the alphabet and phonics.
What our customers say
We just got our flip book and my students (1st, 2nd, and 3rd graders) love it! We have already used some pretty impressive words and are excited to learn more. It is also very easy for me to integrate into our day.
My granddaughter is loving hers. Yesterday she told her mom, "Let's have DEVOUR today" and flipped through and found that word. She will be 5 at the end of the month.