A child's mind is especially adept at learning language skills from the ages of 3 to 6. This area takes advantage of this unique opportunity to introduce oral language activities, pre-reading work, writing and reading comprehension.
Initial sounds are introduced through Sandpaper Letters and Matching Objects. After the children learn a few sounds, they are then introduced to blending exercises through moveable letters. The Metal Insets are used to refine pencil control and help to improve writing skills. Meanwhile, oral language activities develop listening skills, comprehension and vocabulary. Students also learn the beginning aspects of grammar and sentence structure.