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Packed with tips for reading aloud, story telling and hands-on activities, this electronic guide helps parents make the most of their child's ability to learn from the very beginning and makes it fun for them as well.
The research is in. Building literacy in a child's first years is linked to a child's success in learning to read. Experts may disagree on many things, but every single one agrees that the foundation for school success is reading—and that the preschool years are the most important. From the first days of a child's life, parents can provide stimulating activities to build a child's language skills and give their child a love for reading that can last a lifetime. This Parent Guide brings parents up-to-date on the latest research findings including information on emergent literacy, oral language skills, phonological awareness, print awareness and more. Packed with tips for reading aloud, story telling and hands-on activities, this guide helps parents make the most of their child's ability to learn from the very beginning and makes it fun for them as well. Give your parents the information they need about the who, what, when, where and why of early literacy!
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