Literacy Blog

Tag: Emergent Literacy

Let Me Read to You

Your child will want to try out reading to you, to other family members, or even to pets or stuffed animals—just like you read with

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Sidewalk Scribbles

Drawing and scribbling lead to writing as your children get older, and sidewalk chalk is a great way to do it! Encourage your children to

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Pudding Patterns

This is a fun craft to build together and a different way to draw, scribble, and try out writing! WHY? Drawing and scribbles at a

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What Do You Spy?

This game is a fun way to make the waiting or travelling go by more quickly, or when you just want to play a game.

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The Power of a Rhyme

Have you ever had to wait with a toddler in a doctor’s office listening in vain for those sweet, sweet words, “He’s ready for you,”

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What is Emergent Literacy?

Emergent Literacy is what children know about reading and writing before they can actually read or write. Strong early literacy skills are naturally the foundation

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Write Away

Family Literacy is about more than the ability to read, it’s about having the skills needed to build a strong foundation for future learning and

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