Does your child have a good vocabulary? If you aren’t confident of that, you’ll want to listen to this episode where I will explain why our children’s vocabularies are vitally important. I’ll also give you some simple strategies for improving their vocabulary. That’s next. But first I’d like to thank my sponsor, BookShark.Listen to the podcast
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Resources for Teaching Vocabulary
Do you have another unassailable (that means foolproof) way of beefing up your child’s vocabulary? Comment on the show notes and let me know.
I will be back next week with how to make grammar fun. Have a happy homeschool week!