30 Nov Early Literacy Development
Back in the middle of October when our weekly Developmental Focus was on Language Development, we read and discussed how important it is for us parents to read aloud to our children.
In fact, studies show that reading aloud is a primary driver of young children’s early language development.
This is certainly not the first time you have heard about the importance of reading to children- however- perhaps some of you are wondering, how does one truly read a book to a sleepy newborn, or a baby attempting to chew on the binding, or a busy and wiggly toddler unable to sit and/or focus more than 10 seconds! Click HERE to receive 12 early literacy tips from top literacy experts at The Ounce of Prevention Fund