Early Literacy

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Early Literacy

It builds child's reading and writing skills.Babies start to build their path to reading by just hearing your voice.Builds a close bond to one another.Motivates students to read on their own.Encourages imagination.Introduces new words to the child. They can learn to read through your role modeling! More facts!

Why families should help to close the literacy gap!

Tips for Reading!Read everyday day together!Read everything that is around including your grocery list!Be enthusiatic when reading!Role play the book!Go to the libaray once a week!Have an activity to do after you read the book that correspondes!Choose books based on your child's interest. Choose a vairety of books.Ask questions about the book. Talk to the child about the book. More fun tips!

Finger Plays to do together! Website with videos of finger play and script!Click here for HUGE list!

What the National Association for the Education of Young Children has to say about reading at home…

ELL Students!Read these dual language books and react them!

Literacy Information for Families!

Literacy-based Technology Resources for Kids:

Writing Connection!Draw a picture from the book.Make a list for the store.Create your own book.Vocabulary.Make an alphabet book.Label objects.

Books We Love!Love You Forever by Robert N. MunschThe Family Book by Todd ParrGoodnight Moon by Margaret Wise BrownCaps for Sale by Esphyr SlobodkinaLilly’s Purple Plastic Purse by Kevin HenkesThe Kissing Hand by Audrey PennI Love My Hair! by Natasha Anastasia TarpleyMy Name is Yoon by Helen RecorvitisStrega Nona by Tomie dePaolaPinkalicious by Victoria KannMr. Tiger Goes Wild by Peter Brown

Click the for December Calendar for activities!



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