Teaching My Baby To Read

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Early Literacy on the Cheap

Even if your kids don’t have a Grandma who likes to shop, you can still give your kids a great head-start on learning an stay on budget. If you have paper, markers, tape, and a library card, you can put some of my favorite ideas into action and start teaching your little ones how to read. I start teaching my kids at about 18 months using the fun, interactive methods I share on my Where to Start page. Most of these ideas don’t take any money to implement; just creativity and love.

If you have paper and markers:

If you have paper, markers, tape, and some random things from your house:

If you have a library card:

If you have a limited amount of money to spend buy:

P.S. I aso have ideas for Cheap Math.


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