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How to Create a Literate Home

What exactly is a “literate home?” It is an environment that encourages children to learn to read and write and become lifelong readers and writers. Transforming your home into a literate home is simple and inexpensive. You need to consider what kinds of materials to have on hand and how to arrange materials so your child will use them. More importantly, you need to interact with your child in ways that foster literacy development. Follow the tips in the pages below to learn about what materials parents need and what parents can do. If you like, print the page that relates to the age of your child and stick it on the fridge, for regular reference.

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  3 Benefits of Reading Informational Research: Project SMILE Library Resource

1. Children who read often and widely get better at it.

After all, practice makes perfect in almost everything humans do, and reading in no different.

 

2. Reading exercises our brain.

Reading is a much more complex task for the human brain rather than watching TV, for example. Reading strengthens brains connections and builds NEW connections.

 

3. Reading improves concentration.

Children have to sit still and quietly so that they can focus on the story when they are reading. If they read often, they will develop the skill to do this for longer.


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Kindergarten Train Lesson: Awesome Outing

Lesson Plan for Pre-K and K / By Project SMILE/ Teaching Grades Pre-K to 5

The Ultimate #KamKam Train Ride Experience

Powerful Play | Outdoor Classroom

Objective:

All aboard! Across from the Seal Pool, children can ride a pint-sized "express" train built just for them! The student will learn rail safety rules and how to be safe to prevent accidents.

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