From NPR: “Talk, Sing, Read, Write, Play: How Libraries Reach Kids Before They Can Read”
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From The American Prospect: “Literacy Begins at Birth”
From Multnomah County Library: “Every Child”
From Zero to Three: “Behavior and Development: The First Three Years”
From Get Ready to Read: “Early Literacy”
From Reading Rockets: “Early Literacy Development”
From The National Association for the Education of Young Children: “The Essentials of Early Literacy Instruction”
From The Connecticut State Department of Education: “Early Literacy Development: A Focus on Preschool”
From The High Five Campaign for Every Child: “Why is Early Literacy Important?”
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There is something totally inspiring about a person who dedicates their life to a mission that is impossible to complete. A mission impossible, if you will.
Lynda Johnson Robb is one of these people. Speaking at the BookSpring Storybook Heroes …
Submitted by: Hannah and her amazing mom
I started reading Madeline to my daughter Hannah when she was tiny, around 2 months old. We’d read it two to three times a week before bedtime until she was at least 2-and-a-half, …
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Over the past decade, Americans have become increasingly concerned about the high number—and costs—of high school dropouts.
Literacy can be defined as "an individual’s
ability to read, write, and speak in English and
compute and solve problems at levels of
proficiency necessary to function on the job...
Two-thirds (65%) of children of recent immigrants—2.1 million—are low-income. For these children the challenges in academic, physical, emotional, and social development...
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