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Video: Promoting Literacy in Early Childhood – Part Two

 
 

 

 


Get practical ideas and tips for promoting literacy in early childhood in Part two of Mor’s two part series on promoting literacy in early childhood. Some ideas include labeling, group discussions, and parent teacher workshops. Watch the video now!


Watch Part One  of Promoting Literacy in Early Childhood here!


Share some ideas that you have used in promoting literacy in your classroom!

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  1. tyabali khan says:

    Some good ideas.
    The labeling idea is good as children learn new words.
    Discussions are always useful.

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