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Child Becomes a Reader: Birth through Preschool: Proven Ideas from Research for Parents (rev., 2nd ed.)
Bonnie B. Armbruster (au); Fran Lehr (au); Jean Osborn (au)
Learning to read & write can start at home, long before children go to school. Here are ideas for playing, talking, & reading with your child that will help him or her become a good reader & writer later in life. No special training or expensive materials are needed. This document contains: A short summary of what research says about how children learn to read & write; Things you can do with your children from birth through age 2 to help them become readers, such as simple fun language games; Things you can do with your children between ages 3-4 & what to look for in quality day care centers & preschools to help your children become readers; A list of helpful terms; & Ideas for books to read & org. to contact if you would like more help or info.
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