It is amazing what can be shared these days!
But to get you in the mood, I am going to start with this video about small dog breeds for young persons.
Right, now to the essence of today’s post.
My son, Alex, recently sent me details of a new teaching programme introduced by his partner, Lisa. It is called Learning with Lisa.
It consists of 32 videos each one being published at 0700 British time (presently GMT). In other words one new video each working day; i.e. Monday to Friday.
Here is the background to this new service.
Learning with Lisa.
I am a qualified primary school teacher of 26 years now teaching a series of early phase phonics lessons designed for children in the Early Years Foundation Stage (pre-school and reception).
The first series – “Preparing for reading and writing in the Early Years” aims to give children, aged 3 to 4, the best possible start with early literacy skills by providing fun yet challenging activities 5 days a week. Some of the later sections are also suitable for children aged 4 to 5.
These videos are suitable for parents, carers and their children, trainee teachers and other early-years practitioners.
Here is the link to the YouTube channel that you will need if you want to subscribe to each new video: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCGlsoYGeT6YOZAvbsOWe9YQ/featured
Preparing for reading and writing in the Early years.
The video gives an outline of the lessons included in the series and discusses the teacher’s philosophy. The video is aimed at parents, carers and early-years practitioners and gives an understanding of the processes involved in early phonics, reading and writing.
It will help viewers to navigate their way through the series so their child can participate in a fun and challenging experience. The series aims to give pre-school children the best possible start to early literacy.
Below, this is the first teaching video in the series.
If there are any readers willing to share and subscribe to Lisa’s channel please do.
Especially those that have 3-4 year old children and/or grandchildren, that would be great.
Have a think as to your friends who have young children and send them this link: Please!