Lee Honsinger, the YMCA Guided Discovery Preschool coordinator, left, and teacher Kristi Ryan lead a Halloween craft project. Honsinger says that during pre-reading exercises she often repeats the starting sound of children’s names to help them link letters and sounds.
Lee Honsinger, the YMCA Guided Discovery Preschool coordinator, left, and teacher Kristi Ryan lead a Halloween craft project. Honsinger says that during pre-reading exercises she often repeats the starting sound of children’s names to help them link letters and sounds. Idaho Statesman
Lee Honsinger, the YMCA Guided Discovery Preschool coordinator, left, and teacher Kristi Ryan lead a Halloween craft project. Honsinger says that during pre-reading exercises she often repeats the starting sound of children’s names to help them link letters and sounds. Idaho Statesman

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