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Navigating Your Child's Education: Ages 3-K

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From Picture Books to Readers

By Natalie Minch on Sep 2, 2021 8:00 PM

When it comes to the earliest years of literacy with our littles, picture books are what typically come to mind. These books usually contain beautiful, purposeful illustrations that accompany the text that we read to them. Picture books not only help to build those all-important early literacy skills but also help to create deep and lasting connections. Whether it's a book about going to school for the first time or a story about making a new friend, picture books help to expose our young learners to new concepts and vocabulary, as well as the basic elements of reading.    

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Books Build a Lifetime of Connection

By Lisa Golden on Apr 15, 2021 8:00 PM

We know that early literacy is important and a great indicator of future academic success, but there are many other benefits to young children reading and engaging with books, especially when doing so with a caring adult. Reading offers the opportunity for children and caregivers to experience several elements that strengthen their connection with each other.

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Teachers Picks: Favorite Books for Preschoolers

By Grace Early Childhood Center on Jan 7, 2021 8:00 PM

It's likely that you've heard before that preschoolers need at least 15 minutes of reading time each day. Building vocabulary and fluency, laying the foundation for literacy, instilling a love for reading, and creating a special bond are just some of the benefits of carving out this small amount of time each day between a parent and their preschooler.

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