In the Montessori classroom, we have the flexibility to approach reading from a variety of angles that suit the learning styles of different students. ¬†While all Montessori students are exposed to the phonics-based approach (learning to recognize each letter’s phonetic sound and then sounding out new words one syllable at a time), many also enjoy working with “sight words”: learning to recognize entire words, without sounding out the separate letters. These Toddler 2 students played the Bring Me game with sight words like “crayon,” “pencil” and “circle.”

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