B is for Baker Word Match

Many children have problems learning the letters of the alphabet, especially when they are grouped together into words.

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Since letter (and word) recognition depends on understanding a sequence of features, the best way to teach children the sequence of word-making is by guided practice.

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Because of this, we partake in a variety of letter “games” that encourage your child to recognize, enunciate, and match the concept of a letter to its print form.

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Young children learning letters need vivid, concrete language to understand the abstract component of the written word.

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For this activity, we practiced matching cardboard cutouts of letters to the letters in the word B-A-K-E-R.

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