Early literacy tip of the day

Listen to your child when he or she talks or tells stories.

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Early literacy tip of the day

Talk to your child, a lot! Research shows that parents who talk to their children more often have children with larger vocabularies.

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Early literacy tip of the day

Show children that print is all around them. Point it out in signs, on menus, and in books and newspapers.

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Early literacy tip of the day

Make book-sharing a special time between you and your child. Get comfortable and cozy.

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Early literacy tip of the day

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Letter knowledge is knowing that letters are different from each other and that the same letter can look different ways. It is also knowing that letters relate to sounds.

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Early literacy tip of the day

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Print awareness is recognizing that print has meaning. Print is all around us. Words represent things.

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Early literacy tip of the day

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Narrative skills is the ability to describe things and talk about events and tell stories. Researchers have noted this skill as one of the six early literacy skills that will help your child be ready to read.

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