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Video blogger Mor Rossler discusses promoting literacy in early childhood. A study shows that children of wealthy professionals have heard words millions more times than those of less educated parents. Is universal pre-K or parenting workshops the answer? Watch the video!


What have you done in your classroom to promote literacy in early childhood in a natural way? Share your ideas with us!


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  1. Leah Davies says:

    I could not agree more with the need for parents to use more words with their children. Libraries are free and full of wonderful books that can help their children learn. I think a combination of parent workshops and pre-school programs for all children would contribute to combating many problems in our society.

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