Here are tips that you can use to help bridge the word gap by enriching the language environment of all young children including children who do not speak yet, children with disabilities or delays, and children who are learning more than one language.
- Parents Talking With Their ChildrenWatch and listen to 5 quick tips. This video models simple things we can do to develop language skills. …
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- A Child Becomes a Reader: Proven Ideas from Research for Parents Kindergarten through Grade 3The road to becoming a reader begins the day a child is born and continues through the end of third grade. At that point, a child must read with ease and understanding to take advantage of the …
Tips From Families
- Our favorite bedtime routine
Our favorite bedtime routine was that both of my children could choose 3 books to read before bed. We read them together and often the same book was chosen over and over.
From H. S.
“A child who reads will be an adult who thinks.”