Montessori word building: writing phrases with the moveable alphabet At this point, your child has been practicing quite a bit with word building, such as writing word families with the Montessori moveable alphabet. You can move on to writing phrases when you have observed that she is solid with writing several words, which is really […]
Writing word families with the Montessori moveable alphabet In my previous blog post, I talk about the first time making words with the moveable alphabet. Once your child feels comfortable handling letters and making words, we move on to writing word families. Writing words in a word family is where all of the magic begins!
Making Words with the Montessori Moveable Alphabet In my previous blog post, Writing And Reading: 6 Movable Alphabet Games You’ll Love, the first lesson is making words. It is exciting because it is your child’s first time writing words with the moveable alphabet! It is interesting to note that writing comes before reading, according to the
Montessori moveable alphabet: exploring with writing and reading We explored letter and sound activities in the previous sequence, including I-Spy for phonemic awareness and sandpaper letters. Now it’s time for your child to move on to writing and reading! We first start with writing with the Montessori material, the moveable alphabet. Your child builds words