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How do you teach 3 to 4 years old children spelling?


Generally speaking spelling is not taught to three and four year old's. Children have to start with the basics. The start of learning how to spell is learning the alphabet. Believe it or not there are three year old's and even some four year old's who do not know the alphabet.

To teach preschoolers the alphabet, you generally focus on one letter at a time and have the child complete a tracing sheet where they learn to write the letters by copying the outline of the letters. Other ways to teach the alphabet are reciting the alphabet song, ready a book about the alphabet, or making each day represent a letter of the alphabet and teaching subjects, reading books, eating snacks, and making crafts that start with that letter of the alphabet.

The first word a child should learn to spell is his/her own name. A child can learn to spell as they are learning to read, but it does not do much good to teach spelling to a child who cannot start to recognize words, and understand that words are formed when you put letters together.

The focus for three and four year old's should be on learning new words, not on learning how to spell. Three and four year old's generally do not know how to read or spell. These are things that are taught beginning with pre-kindergarten and into kindergarten. You need to teach a child as many words as possible before you teach them to spell.

Once a child knows the alphabet you have to teach them the sound that each letter makes. If a child doesn't recognize the sounds that letters make, they won't be able to spell. This is all part of the pattern in learning to read, spell, and write. When it comes time for spelling, you can have giant cards with each letter on them and put them on the floor. Say something like "Josh find me the letter that makes the "mmm" sound, and wait for Josh to bring the correct letter card to you. Then ask the next child to bring you the letter that makes the "a" sound. Then ask the final child to bring you the letter that makes the "p" sound. Then sound out the words with the child.

Focus more on learning new words, learning to trace and write letters, and learning to write a child's name than on spelling at this age. They are more likely to retain the skills of spelling and reading as they get older.

Words that preschoolers should know:
Basic opposites: Up/Down; Happy/Sad; Hot/Cold; On/Off; Yes/No
Primary colors: Yellow; Red; Blue + Black and White
Days of the week
Months of the year
People in their family: Mom; Dad; Brother; Sister; Grandma; Grandpa; Aunt; Uncle; Baby; Me
Common animals: Dog; Cat; Elephant; Lion; Tiger; Bear; Giraffe
Major holidays: Christmas; Birthday; Easter; Halloween
Single letter words: I and A
Joining words: And; By; and The

Jan 04, 2017 | Preschool

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Dish network code for receiver 722 for bose soundbar


Traci Pogue,
I would be happy to provide additional assistance on that. Unfortunately the only codes I am able to locate for that equipment are 761, and 780. This link http://www.mydish.com/support/apps/remotecodes.aspx may have additional codes you can look up or try.
If none of the codes work, and you have a 20/21.0 remote, you can utilize the learning feature to teach the remote the buttons. You can find full instructions at http://www.mydish.com/support/teach-learning-remote-20-21 . If you still need any assistance after that, let me know here. I would be happy to see what else can be done.
Tommy Faust
DISH Social Media Representative

Jul 22, 2013 | DISH Network Televison & Video

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Red/ Bright Tint/Color on Sylvania SRCD227


Your Logitech Harmony 550 is able to learn commands that are not included in its command database.

To teach your Harmony 550 a new button follow these steps:

  1. Connect your Harmony remote to your computer to start the Harmony remote control software.
  2. Click Devices.
  3. Click a device.
  4. Select Learn Infrared Commands.
  5. Click Next.
I hope that helps.
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Emerson Jumbo universal remote code search feature does not work


The Learn feature on this remote worked well for me. It takes a little time because you have to teach it the code for each button but it worked well for my cable remote, which I had never been able to get any universal remote to work with.

Dec 28, 2009 | Emerson Televison & Video

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Logitech Harmony One remote is controlling 2 TiVOs at once.


Please try learning the some commands from one of the original remotes for thr tivo. If this fixes the problem, i suggest that you learn all commands from that remote.

Launch the Logitech Harmony Remote software and login to your account

1. Click on the Devices tab
2. Click on the Learn IR button for the device you want to learn command(s) to.

**NOTE: When learning new commands, there are three different options available:
-You want the Harmony Remote to learn a single command that is already listed in the software
-You want the Harmony Remote to learn more than one command at a time
-You want the Harmony Remote to learn a new command, which is not listed in the software

You want the Harmony Remote to learn a single command that is already listed in the software
a. Click on the Learn button next to the command you want to learn - Proceed to Step 5

You want the Harmony Remote to learn more than one command at a time
a. select one or more commands by clicking on the check box next to the command(s) you want to learn and then
b. click on the Learn Selected Commands button
c. Proceed to Step 5

You want the Harmony Remote to learn a new command, which is not listed in the software:
a. Scroll down to the button of the page
b. In the Learn a New Command box click on the text MyNewCommand
c. enter the name of the command you would like to teach.
d. Click on the (Learn New Command) button
e. Proceed to Step 5

5. Follow the onscreen directions for learning commands, plugging in your Harmony remote when asked and lining up your original remote to the Harmony as illustrated on the screen.
6. When a command is successfully learned, a check mark will appear next to it. If learning more than one command, the software will then prompt you to learn the next command.
7. The commands that were learned should now be identified as from "Your original remote" and highlighted in turquoise.
8. When you have finished teaching the commands, click Done button to save your changes
9. Click on the Update Remote button to update your remote


If this does not work, try :


To teach commands for your Device that did not work properly in normal mode:

1. Click the Devices button on your home page.
2. Select the Device you wish to learn commands to.
3. Select Learn Infrared Commands.
4. Click Custom. The page will reload.
5. Select the boxes for commands you would like to teach, and click Learn Selected as Raw.

NOTE: When teaching each command, press the button on the original remote for as long as required to control the device. The commands will be learned with the exact format that is sent by the original remote.

If you have any trouble teaching the commands in RAW, complete the following steps:

1. Verify you are pointing the original remote at bottom end of your remote, and are holding the remotes 2-4 inches apart.
2. Minimize the amount of light that could interfere with the learning process by covering the distance between the remotes. Block out sunlight, or turn off the lights.
3. Check that you have installed new batteries in the original remote you are trying to use to learn commands. If the batteries are low, the signal coming from your original remote may be too weak for the remote to detect.
4. Be sure to hold down the button on the original remote for at least 1-2 seconds, otherwise the signal may be too short for the remote to process.
5. If you continue to have trouble teaching the commands, start with the remotes 2 inches apart. Then try again with, slightly increasing the distance each time (2.5 inches, 3 inches, etc).
6. Vary the angle at which the original remote is pointing at the bottom of the remote.
7. Ensure the device's original remote is sending infrared (IR) commands.

NOTE: The original remote is sending RF or UHF commands from the original remote if it will control the device from another room, through a wall).

Oct 04, 2009 | Logitech Harmony One Advanced Universal...

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Need to program remote for pioneer receiver


Usually universal remotes are programmed by holding down the device button (i.e. if you would like to teach the remote how to control a TV, press and hold the TV button). If the device key lights up when pressed, it should stay on or blink when in programming mode.

After that, input the code that corresponds to your device:
http://www.remotecodelist.com/remotes/pioneer/pioneer_misc.html

The remote will either accept this code directly, or you'll need to confirm it. Try pressing the device key again.

Oct 19, 2008 | Televison & Video

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Aug 15, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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