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The do’s and don’ts of reading aloud to young children

The do’s and don’ts of reading aloud to young children | Growing Inspired Readers | Scoop.it
Today in our ongoing book study of “The Read-Aloud Handbook” by Jim Trelease, I have the pleasure of sharing chapter 4 with you which is titled “The Do’s and Don’ts of Read-Alouds”… Chapter 4 is a list of Do’s and Don’ts that cover a broad range of...

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How can reading to my child help with development? - Emergent Literacy

How can reading to my child help with development? - Emergent Literacy | Growing Inspired Readers | Scoop.it

"How can reading to my child help with development?

 

Studies have shown that in most cases, the highest level high school and college students were read to as young children. This is due to the fact that reading aloud helps children develop language and vocabulary before they start school."


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Deborah McNelis's curator insight, February 6, 2013 12:12 PM

The brain is experience dependent. That means, a child must be exposed to language to be able to make the brain connections for using language. The brain develops most language skills from birth to the age of three. When children are talked to frequently during these early years, the result is a better vocabulary and a higher level of language and reading ability overall.


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Frequently Asked Questions About Reading Aloud to Children

Frequently Asked Questions About Reading Aloud to Children | Growing Inspired Readers | Scoop.it
Answers ten frequently asked questions about reading aloud to children.

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Read Aloud - Importance of Reading Aloud

Read Aloud - Importance of Reading Aloud | Growing Inspired Readers | Scoop.it

In an era of high-stakes testing and education reforms and revolutions, research has repeatedly proved that one simple parenting technique is among the most effective. Children who are read aloud to by parents get a head start in language and literacy skills and go to school better prepared.


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A great infographic detailing the reasons we read aloud even to our more proficient young readers.

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Elizabeth Hutchinson's curator insight, April 18, 2013 2:44 AM
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Karen Bonanno's curator insight, April 19, 2013 6:57 PM

Get involoved in the 15 minute movement.

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The do’s and don’ts of reading aloud to young children

The do’s and don’ts of reading aloud to young children | Growing Inspired Readers | Scoop.it
Today in our ongoing book study of “The Read-Aloud Handbook” by Jim Trelease, I have the pleasure of sharing chapter 4 with you which is titled “The Do’s and Don’ts of Read-Alouds”… Chapter 4 is a list of Do’s and Don’ts that cover a broad range of...

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The Importance of Storytelling (Pt 3)

The Importance of Storytelling (Pt 3) | Growing Inspired Readers | Scoop.it

75% of brain development occurs in the first two years of life and reading aloud to children from birth has enormous benefit. It introduces babies to the structure and rhythm of language, forming the building blocks for reading and writing. This early experience will shape their future social, communication and learning skills. As they move to the toddler years and beyond, reading helps to develop their vocabulary, listening skills, concentration, stimulates their imagination, exposes them to new situations and supports their emotional development.


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A great way to teach children the importance of reading & oral language development. It also grows their imaginations!

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