As a preschool teacher or parent, you know how important it is to provide quality instruction in literacy. But finding quality preschool literacy lesson plans can be a challenge. That’s why I’m excited to offer a free sample of my daily lessons in preschool literacy curriculum.
Language and Literacy Lesson Plans for Preschoolers
This curriculum is designed to provide children with a strong foundation in early literacy and emergent writing skills.
It includes daily lessons in oral language, phonological awareness, and phonics. In addition, the curriculum provides daily opportunities for children to practice their new skills through hands on activities through games and printable preschool centers.
If you’re looking for quality preschool literacy lesson plans and remove the guesswork of what should be taught in preschool reading and writing, this is it!
Daily Early Literacy Lesson Plans
Riddle me this…I mean…just imagine with me for a moment.
What if you could sit down with your coffee and do your lesson plans for preschool in under five minutes?
What if you didn’t have to rack your brain (or phone) for creative and fun activities?
What if you didn’t have to wonder if all those clever activities will meet teaching objectives?
What if the activities you did have were systematic and already in an order that is proven for the best learning experience possible?
I’ve got you covered! You no longer need to imagine what this would be like. You can make it happen.
What Is In The Daily Lessons in Preschool Literacy Curriculum
There are so many preschool literacy lesson plans out there, it can be tough to know where to start. I created my preschool curriculum with the goal of making it as easy and effective as possible for teachers to introduce pre-reading concepts to their students.
This curriculum is designed to be flexible, so you can use it in a way that works best for you and your students.
And, of course, it uses research based teaching strategies on early childhood literacy development.
In short, this preschool curriculum has everything you need to give your students a strong foundation in reading.
Oral Language Lesson Plans for Preschool
Research has shown that oral language—the foundations of which are developed during the early learning years—has a critical impact on children’s readiness for kindergarten as well as their reading and writing success throughout their academic career. Oral language skills provide the foundation for fluency and comprehension.
Phonological Awareness Lesson Plans for Preschool
Phonological awareness is critical to success in reading.
Reading is dependent of having an understanding of language and word structure. Studies indicate that difficulty in phonological awareness is a precursor to poor reading and writing skills. It is estimated that 80% of poor readers lack basic phonological awareness skills and readers without those skills also tend to be the poorest spellers.
Phonics Lesson Plans for Preschool
Like other pre-reading skills, the phonics relates directly to how a child will achieve in reading.
Children’s knowledge of letter names and shapes is a very strong predictor of the ease in which he or she will learn to read. Knowing letter names as well as sounds is strongly related to the ability to remember that the form of written words is made up of a specific sequence of letters.
Printable Literacy Activities for Preschoolers
No literacy lesson plans for preschoolers are complete without printable literacy centers. Each week offers a new set of printable learning activities that reinforce the literacy skills taught in the daily lessons, all while keeping learning fun!
Get a Free Pre K Literacy Lesson Plans Sample
Finding the right preschool literacy curriculum is a difficult task. It can also be a huge investment.
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I’m Sarah, an educator turned stay-at-home-mama of five! I’m the owner and creator of Stay At Home Educator, a website about intentional teaching and purposeful learning in the early childhood years. I’ve taught a range of levels, from preschool to college and a little bit of everything in between. Right now my focus is teaching my children and running a preschool from my home. Credentials include: Bachelors in Art, Masters in Curriculum and Instruction.