Valuing Children’s Literature Media and Literature for Children Saundra Peterson, Assistant Professor Curriculum & Instruction North Carolina A&T State University Valuing Literature for Children
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Media and Literature for Children
Saundra Peterson, Assistant Professor
Curriculum & Instruction
North Carolina A&T State University
Literature should be valued in our homes and schools for the enrichment it gives to the personal lives of children as well as the educational benefits.
Literature provides delight and enjoyment. Literature can be educational and entertaining and can contribute to the development of:
Experiences with literature at an early age can benefit children. Once children enter school, they also benefit when literature is placed at the center of the curriculum.
Reading aloud in the home has been shown to be a powerful connection to later success in learning to read and in developing a positive attitude towards reading.
Books in the home and reading aloud are important factors in children learning to read.