By Anne Schwartzberg
Like a light bulb suddenly turning on, your Pre-K child has awakened to a universe of Pre-K reading including letters, words, and ideas. You can help that light shine brighter and longer with a specific Pre-K reading plan. It does make a difference: children who partake in early literacy activities have more confidence than children whose Pre-K reading is not supported. Increased confidence will enable him to socialize better with adults and other children. Get our tips below to encourage reading and brighten your child’s future successes!
- Read at least 20-30 minutes to your child every day
- Read a variety of non-fiction
- Read it all
- Act out dramatic plays
- Use rich vocabulary
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