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Literacy Spot #38: Literacy Links

For today’s literacy spot I thought I would share some inspiring early literacy related links from around the web! Enjoy :)

Young Children and Literacy Learning

Developing Literacy Skills :: Irresistible Ideas for Play Based Learning

They Play, But Do They Write :: Let the Children Play

Early Reading and Writing

Now I Know My ABCs, Next Time Wont Your Read With Me :: Not Just Cute

Loving Your Library Time :: SquiggleMum

Making Books With Kids :: Let’s Explore

Guerrilla Tactics To Get Your Child To Love Reading :: Imagination Soup

Letter Love :: The Write Start

Printable Kids Letter Writing Set :: Picklebums

Speaking and Listening

Speak Up! Why We Should Use Big Words With Little Kids :: Not Just Cute

Creating Enthusiasm for Books Beyond Reading :: Simple Kids

What fabulous early literacy resources have you found online?

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What is Childhood 101′s Literacy Spot? It is a weekly reminder of the importance of young children learning playfully as each week I share one idea for playing around with literacy, taken from my many years working as an early childhood teacher. Visit the previous Literacy Spot posts for more fun ideas for playing with literacy.

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  1. I have more than a few that I like, but here are just a couple:
    http://www.abcand123learning.com – have some free and some paid activities, as well as lots of inspiration and ideas.
    http://www.loveandreilly.com.au/articleandextras.html – these ladies are Speech Pathologists who produce classroom resources linking language and literacy. Their articles provide wonderful overviews of the literature and some suggestions about how to put it all into practice. I have used them a lot in parent education programs.
    http://www.weteachgroup.com – are an online community of educators and parents who share resources related to learning literacy, numeracy and just about everything else. It’s so nice to be able to see how other people teach similar concepts!
    And of course my site… :-)!!
    http://www.playtalklearn.com -

  2. Thanks for including me in your wonderful list!

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