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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!
ENGAGING FAMILIES IN EARLY LITERACY EXPERIENCES. Everything a child knows about reading and writing before he or she can read or write Not teaching your.
Getting to know each other Needs and wants Human Rights Our responsibilities Researching human rights.
What we do in school and how you can support your child at home.
Welcome to Year 1. The Year 1 Team Mrs Cathy Jameson- Teacher of class CJ Mrs Pam Smith – Teacher of class PS/HR on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
Your child in Year 1. Independent children Coming into the classroom Blue folders in drawers (keyrings) Snack and water bottles in trays Reading books.
Making a Strong Home-School Connection: Supporting Literacy at Home.
2 nd Grade Reading Units of Study #3 Readers Think About the Characters in their Books 2nd Grade Reading Unit of Study 3 – Readers Think About the Characters.
Ready, Set, Read! Using Environmental Print to Teach Reading Lists Rhymes and Poems Songs Newspapers and Magazines Mail Technology.
Reading and Spelling Information for Parents Key Stage 1.
An insight into English... Aims of the session: To give you an idea of how English is taught and assessed at Oakwood.
Welcome to Woodmancote School Reception Curriculum Evening.
1 st Grade Sight Words 1 st Six Weeks Ms. Hedegaards First Grade Class Suggestions for using this powerpoint to study sight words: Week 1: Click through.
Use your tools Select one of the following prompts for reflection. Write your ideas and key thoughts on an index card. Share your ideas with one another.
Good Morning! Welcome to Year 1 Free to Achieve!.
School Outreach. Principal Connections The sent directly to the principal was the most effective way of communicating with the principals. The.
Stages of Literacy Development. Literacy begins at birth. Prior to schooling literacy is made possible by providing children with a literacy-rich environment.
Strategies for Writers Grade 2 © Zaner-Bloser, Inc. All Rights Reserved. What Do Good Writers Do? Good writers plan their writing. Good writers write complete.
Walton County School District Title I is a federal program designed to offer supplemental services and supplies to schools with a high rate.
LITERACY: Writing & the ABC’s Ways to Learn the ABC’s … without holding a pencil! Georgia CTAE Resource Network Instructional Resources Office July 2009.
PARENT ORIENTATION MEETING KINDERSTART PROGRAM Holy Trinity Elementary November 6 th 2013.
Helping my child to write!. Learning to write is hard, it takes lots of practice. Writing Reading Phonetic Awareness Talking / Speech (pronunciation)
How reading to your child helps improve learning and behavior.
“Raising Little Readers” Presented by: Elba Alves Castrovinci Elementary Supervisor of Instruction Lyndhurst Public Schools.
1 Meghan Engaged in Literacy at 18 months of age.
Help Your Child Succeed in School A parent’s guide to K-12 school success.
Welcome to our information talk on the Phonics Screening Check.
Finchingfield Learning Detectives Report for: Whethersfield CofE Primary School November 2012.
HOW TO DEVELOP YOUR CHILDS READING.. What Can You Do to Help Your Child? Be a great role model: Let them catch you reading Find some time in the week.
GOAL 2: LIMIT SCREEN TIME. Learning Objectives 1) Understand Lets Move! Child Care Goal 2 and best practices for screen time 2) Know the benefits of limiting.
Home-School Partnerships at CT It takes a village to raise a reader.
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