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Information for parents and caregivers on reading, writing, talking, helping with homework, and playing with children
Dec 31, 2011 10:26 AM
Information for parents and caregivers on how young children learn to read and write
Chatting it Up at Home by Rita Moore
An Easy Way to Affirm Children as Readers, how to help your child, talking to your child, helping with reading
Encourage Writing by Jane Baskwill
how young children write, how to encourage young children
Imaginative Play by Jane Baskwill
How to play with your child, how children play, how children learn through play
Is Homework Good by Jacinta Cashen
Research on homework's affect on academic achievement, why homework should promote a love of learning
Javi Can Write by Suzanne Scarboro
How writing develops in young children, writing in Spanish
Learning to Read and the Pre-school Years by Lorraine Wilson
How pre-schoolers learn to read, pre-school children, emergent reading
Parents as Strategic Reading Partners by Bobbie Kabuto
Working with families, reading with children, understanding reading
The Question Game by Jane Baskwill
How to encourage talk, learning through play
Listening to Children Read by Lorraine Wilson
How to read with your child, reading at home
Young Children Writing by Lorraine Wilson1.docx
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