Here is an easy activity to promote phonics, spelling, and word recognition, important ingredients when learning to read!
You will need old catalogs, magazines, flyers, or greeting cards; plain paper; and glue or tape.
An activity like this helps young children remember what they learn by combining vision, hearing, and touch. This is a fun way to help him increase his “sight” word vocabulary, as well as, reinforce letter/sound connections. Knowing sight words and understanding letter/sound connections are important skills for decoding new words when reading.