This article emphasizes the fact that parents should develop their children’s literacy. It is important to note that early literacy is directly connected to academic success. This article outlines the skills for parents to practice as a daily routine to achieve that success. Teachers can highlight this to parents.
Print awareness is very important for toddlers to improve their literacy. Parents can use simple crafts to create things using discarded material to enhance their literacy skills. Parents do not necessarily have to purchase expensive learning tools to improve their children’s literacy development. Teachers can encourage parents to follow the suggestions from this video presentation.
Some parents may say that they are too busy to make time to develop their children’s literacy skills. This article provides detailed reasons why it is important to be involved in their children's literacy development. Teachers can use this article to implore parents to see the seriousness of starting their children’s literacy development at a very early age.
Teachers can apply this concept of having reader friendly homes to the classroom. There are questions on the page that teachers can model. Teachers can design a questionnaire based on the information from this website. This tool will be helpful to both the parents and the teacher.
Parents will appreciate these twenty-five (25) activities for reading and writing. These activities start from birth to kindergarten. The activities are practical, simple and straightforward for both the child and the parent. As an educator, I will use this article to encourage parents to incorporate these activities into their daily routine.
Parents can promote literacy skills by engaging the child in different activities such as making an animal book and many others. When I was a child, my parents purchased a wide variety of colorful reading books. This article will give parents as well as teachers ideas.
Parents have a very important role in giving their children a solid foundation in their literacy skills. This video presentation highlights practical ways in which parents can encourage and develop literacy skills for their children. I can attest to this as my parents played a critical role in developing my literacy skills from first conception. Parents and teachers will appreciate this presentation.