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This is a presentation I created to explain the Concepts of Print to Kindergarten parents at our school's Literacy Night. Parents said it was very helpful!

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    1. Kindergarten Print Concepts presented by Jennifer Jones Lake Myra Elementary Literacy Night & Parent PAC Meeting November 3, 2011

    2. By the end of the 1st Quarter…. All Kindergarten students should be able to point to…..

    3. Front of the book

    4. Back of the book

    5. The title

    6. Print carries message

    7. Where to begin reading

    8. The direction to read

    9. One letter

    10. Two letters

    11. By the end of the 2nd Quarter…. All Kindergarten students should be able to point to…..

    12. Where to go at the end of a line

    13. n b r Name three letters on a page

    14. One word

    15. Two words

    16. First letter in a word

    17. Last letter in a word

    18. A capital letter

    19. Any of these. A lower case letter

    20. A period

    21. One to one correspondence

    22. By the end of the 3rd Quarter…. All Kindergarten students should be able to point to…..

    23. First word of a sentence

    24. Last word of a sentence

    25. Name of the author

    26. By the end of the 4th Quarter…. All Kindergarten students should be able to point to…..

    27. A question mark (?)

    28. A sentence

    29. References Dabcovich, L. (1988). Busy beavers. New York, NY: Scholastic. THANK YOU! Jennifer Jones Lake Myra Elementary, K-2 IRT www.helloliteracy.blogspot.com jjones2@wcpss.net