Welcome to Reading Wave

Language Arts Program with Move and Play Activities and Reading Games

Experience Reading Wave Firsthand

Lesson 1: Letter O includes:

8 Move and Play activities and reading games

Oki’s Talent – multilevel color-coded story

Oki’s Pot – level 2 word family book

Off and On – level 2 sight word book

Oki’s Camping Trip – level 3 book

Multilevel workbook with a digital copy

Directions

1 Toy

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In the Box

Accordion folder with 26 comprehensive lessons for kids ages 3 to 8

Convenience pack:

  • Toys to go with the Move and Play activities and Reading Games
  • School supplies: index cards, marker, pencils, safety scissors, glue stick, highlighter pack, tape, and sidewalk chalk

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Movement and the Brain

Research shows that children need to physically experience concepts in order to truly grasp them.

Why? The answer is the cerebellum. This small part of our brain that processes our movement makes up only 1/10th of brain volume, yet contains nearly half of all its neurons, most of which influence the rest of the brain.

A pathway has been found from the cerebellum to the parts of the brain that involve learning, language, and memory. That means that the same part of the brain that processes movement is the same part of the brain that processes learning.

So, since movement is the child’s preferred mode of learning, and movement is tied to learning, the theory is children should move while they are learning! That is the exact venue that Reading Wave provides.

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