Tracking Print

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Did you know that Level A and Level B books were created especially to teach children to track print? It’s true! These two beginning levels have a specific purpose. To train a child’s eyes to track print on the page using their finger as a guide. In this way they experience important concepts of print: that print moves from left to right, how to hold a book and turn the pages, and how to identify individual letters and words. After a child has learned to track print, it is important for them to move immediately to Level C, to start learning word attack and decoding skills.

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There are many fun ways to teach children to track print. I’ve just found a new one, thanks to Etsy seller, The Meticulous Whim. She makes adorable finger capes that I use to help the students practice tracking with their super hero helper, their finger!


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