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Kickstart your bilingual preschool letter learning routine

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One of the first parts of bilingual preschool is starting the day positively. It sets the tone for learning throughout the day. Planning and preparation are essential components to set forth an environment in the classroom to invite to learn.

So, what are the techniques to help develop a bilingual preschool routine, especially for letter learning? As a fundamental stepping stone to education, letter learning is crucial for many preschoolers at the beginning of the year.

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Education for preschoolers: 5 ways to encourage early literacy at home

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Education Preschoolers is the Foundation for Early Literacy

When is it a good time to start reading to your child? Is the perfect time at night or before nap time? There is really no sure answer to that question. But what educators and parents want is often to foster early literacy in children.

Reading is a fundamental skill that all children should know. How can parents encourage early literacy at home?

Although a trip to the local library is a common fun activity, there are other ways to promote reading at home. And it is also a great way for parents to spend time with their children.

Why is reading such a basic skill in education preschoolers?

Simply, studies showed that preschoolers who begin to take part in story-times or are read out-loud are more apt to have better language skills than those children who were not.

The findings of this study also suggested that preschoolers, later, have higher achievement scores in spelling, reading comprehension, and improved language skills. As a matter of fact, preschoolers who were also taught reading with early print-awareness also increased their reading levels.

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