TEACHING READING IN PHASE 0 IS E-A-S-Y!
Teaching babies and toddlers in Phase 0 is E-A-S-Y. Just Remember:
E is for Early start.
A is for Activities.
S is Stimulation.
Y is for You.
Your baby's brain is ready for reading at birth. Even before birth, if you are reading a children's storybook aloud, baby's brain responds to the musical quality of the sound, which she can already hear from inside the womb. If you are her mother, she will recognize your voice within a few days after her birth.....Read more from Raising Confident Readers and find out what you as a parent or teacher can do to help put your children on the road to literacy.
...There is overwhelming evidence that starting early with language is an advantage. Printed language is a visual form of communication--just as sign languagefor deaf children is a visual language.
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