Reading

Winter Preschool Reading and Resource List: Free Winter Printables

December 7, 2009

Tweet Tweet Winter is the season which begins with the winter solstice, which is around December 21 in the Northern Hemisphere, and ends with the spring equinox which is around March 21 in the Northern Hemisphere. Teach young children about winter through winter themed lesson plans and activities. Consider the following reading lists and resources [...]

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Christmas Preschool Reading and Resource List: Free Christmas Printables

November 27, 2009

Tweet Tweet Christmas or Christmas Day is a yearly holiday, celebrated on December 25, which commemorates the birth of Jesus of Nazareth. Celebrate Christmas in your daycare center by reading age appropriate stories that focus on the symbols of Christmas and by implementing Christmas-themed activities. Consider the following reading lists and resources for free Christmas [...]

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Daycare Center – Reading Aloud to Children

July 27, 2009

Tweet Tweet In the revolutionary review “Becoming a Nation of Readers” of 1986, the Commission on reading stressed that reading aloud to children is “the single most important activity for building the knowledge required for success in reading.” It is important to expose children to books at a very early age, in as early as [...]

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Develop The Love Of Reading In Children

June 1, 2009

Tweet Tweet As a parent, you would always want to ensure that your child develops in the right stages. One of these developments include reading and language skills. Most parents would be proud if their children learned to read and speak earlier than most children but there is really no right age that a child [...]

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