Beacon Media Supporting Christian schooling worldwide. stories. Children need to hear 100 stories before they are ready to read. Why stories?. They develop a wide vocabulary through listening to others. They develop an interest in books. They develop their powers of imagination.
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Beacon MediaSupporting Christian schooling worldwide
Children need to hear 100 stories before they are ready to read.
Many people in the community have stories to tell. Involve them!
Uses Bible stories and characters to teach the first sounds.
Every sound has a catchy rhyme to learn.
d is for donkey
“Hosanna,” the people sing.
The rider is Jesus,
Jesus the King.
Level 1 –
Level 5 –
Level 18 up
Format for on-on-one sessions:
1. Vocabulary – 5 minutes
2. Familiar Reading – 5 minutes
3. Reading Together – 5 minutes
4. Writing a response – 5 minutes
I can read Bible stories for reading ages 6-8
God is love
The Good Shepherd
What is a shepherd?
A shepherd looks after sheep.
A shepherd loves his sheep
He looks to see if they have
food and water.