My wife and I tag team the reading activities in our household. I am a big proponent of literacy for children, actually I wonder who would be against that. Nevertheless, our older child has taken an active role in teaching our youngest phonograms (Based on the Spalding method of explicit phonics) and has begun to construct “homework” activities for her, here at home.
Little sister learning Spalding explicit phonics from her big brother.
I confess that I don’t weave any Royals into the stories we read here at home, for now, we just stick to the classics.
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