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Early Learning Tips

  • Play will help get your child ready for school. Ready Readers Skill: Playing

  • Check out books from the library that you and your child can act out together. Ready Readers Skill: Playing

  • Read an old favorite of yours to a child. Your enthusiasm will be contagious! Ready Readers Skill: Reading

  • Books with repeated phrases and patterned texts make it easy for preschoolers to jump in and participate. Ready Readers Skill: Reading

  • Non-fiction books are amazing vocabulary builders! Ready Readers Skill: Vocabulary

  • ABC books are full of objects to name and things to discuss. Ready Readers Skill: Vocabulary

  • Songs that list or name objects, like “Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes” are one way to introduce new words to babies. Ready Readers Skill: Singing

  • Books that incorporate questions to the reader are great conversation starters! Ready Readers Skill: Talking

  • Write a shopping list with your child. Ready Readers Skill: Writing

  • Scribbling leads to writing. Give your child plenty of opportunities to scribble and draw. Ready Readers Skill: Writing

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I have always imagined that paradise will be some kind of library.
- Jorge Luis Borges