4 Things Parents Can Do To Help Children Develop Their Early Reading Skills

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4 Things Parents Can Do To Help Children Develop Their Early Reading Skills

Developing early reading skills in children ages 9-48 months involves enhancing cognitive skills such as sequential processing, simultaneous processing, focused attention, and inhibition.  

Speaking with your child face to face, drawing attention to characters and actions on the written page and practicing how oral-motor sounds relate to phonemic representation, are skills we can model and teach through playful interaction.  Here is a printable to help you keep a few fun, yet meaningful activities front of mind.  CLICK on IMAGE to download for personal and professional use.


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By | 2017-04-14T16:59:49+00:00 December 27th, 2016|70 Play Activities, Activities, Behavior, Bloom, Development, Dr. Lynne, Education, Family, Musical Thinking, Parenting, Preschoolers, Problems/Solutions, Schoolagers, Therapy|Comments Off on 4 Things Parents Can Do To Help Children Develop Their Early Reading Skills
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