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St. Mary Cathedral School presents… Early Years are Learning Years
Infants Talk or sing to your baby Introduce cardboard or cloth books Play Whats that? Point our words on signs Notice and name letters on blocks/toys
Toddlers Read stories before bed Let child write shopping list with you Take short trips; talk about whats happening Use magnetic letters for the refrigerator
Preschoolers Carry out steps to written recipes Read labels Play picture card games Provide variety of materials Play writing and reading
Primary Grades Continue to read at bedtime Visit the library Listen to their stories Encourage them to write down ideas Play word games – Scrabble/Boggle
Its all about CONNECTING!
Reading with your child Reading together every day and having fun with stories will make your child a more confident reader.
ENGAGING FAMILIES IN EARLY LITERACY EXPERIENCES
Boomerang Book Bags. Magazine Cover Reading with your child Reading together every day and having fun with stories will make your child a more confident.
How we teach your child to read. Phonics a Teaching sounds Linking sounds to letters Blending and segmenting sounds Reading and writing sounds.
Talk, Read, Write … Skills for School Pre-Schoolers “Research shows that pre-school children who are exposed to plenty of language (books and conversation)
Writing starts with our experiences. All these places are in Redditch. Tell the others on your table about your visit. 5 senses and feelings - What did.
I MPORTANCE OF E ARLY L ITERACY Laura Lee Wilson Head of Children’s Services Holmes County District Public Library.
Ready to Read : Helping your child develop a love for reading.
Supporting Your Child With Literacy Development By Ciara James.
Talking and Listening Reading Writing. Talking and Listening are the central skills children need to develop in order to live successful lives in today’s.
Ready to Read: Early Literacy
Developing an Understanding of Phonics and Reading in the Foundation Stage Parent Workshop October 8th, 2014.
Help your child do well in Reading In the Early Years at Greenfield Primary School 10 th February 2015.
St Mary’s Primary School Reading At St Mary’s we believe that reading is the passport to all other areas of learning.
Presented by Brigida Littles and Brooke Josefs. Reading Writing Word Study.
Emergent Literacy – Helping Children Want to Become Readers and Writers Gina Dattilo St. Louis Community College
Communication, Language and Literacy Broad Town School 2015.
Raising Readers Infant /Toddler Literacy Activities Tori Hernandez.
Tips For Parents on Helping Their Young Children to Develop Early Literacy Skills. Victoria Cochrane Literacy Adviser IST 2010.
Early Steps: Spectrum of Child Development Introduction Learning Objectives Principles of Child Development Brain Research Activity Based Early Intervention.
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