Establishing Early Childhood Literacy

Early literacy is what students know about reading and writing before they can actually read and write.

Early literacy is what students know about reading and writing before they can actually read and write. Young children must develop early literacy skills in order to be successful with formal reading and writing in school. This workshop will explore constructive activities that teachers can conduct in their classrooms addressing the following early literacy skills: vocabulary,print motivation, print awareness, narrative skills, phonological awareness,and letter knowledge. Providing young children with opportunities to develop early literacy skills is important to their success in school, their success in learning to read, and their success in life.

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Administrators
Curriculum Specialists
Reading Specialists

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