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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
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