Many children entering kindergarten have mastered letter names and sounds. However, without review, those skills fade in the summer months. This summer learning loss leads to an achievement gap that widens as a child gets older.
Try reading books that support letters your child needs to learn. The first book list can be used to talk about letter names and sounds. Ask your child to find the target letter as you read. All books are available at the public library.
The second list provides favorite titles that simply are fun to read aloud and talk about.