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Helping Your Child with the Alphabet

A is for alphabet. Teaching children to recognize and recite their ABC’s is a foundation for learning how to read. Information on the importance of learning the alphabet and research on how it contributes to early reader success is given. Recommendations are provided for fun ABC books you can read with your children.

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