Environmental Print. Early Literacy Development Jessica McKenzie EDU- 558. Environmental Print & Early Literacy Development. Your child can have fun learning to read even when books are not available.
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Early Literacy Development
Cereal boxes are colorful and interesting to look at. Ask your child to find the first letter of his name somewhere on the box. See if he can find other letters from his name too.
STOP; talk about the meaning of STOP and talk about the sound:
("The S makes the /ssssssss/ sound.")
GO: guh guh guh sounds
After students gathered lots of pictures of signs and words from items, they can sort these items by beginning letter.
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