What Parents and Caregivers Can Do to Promote Literacy
- Read often to infants and toddlers.
- Show enthusiasm as you share books with the child.
- Make the experience pleasurable.
- Talk to the child about the book by pointing to pictures and talking about what is happening.
- Name objects in picture books. (Armbruster, Lehr, & Osborn, 2002)
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