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View Deanna Mascle When, What, and How You Should Teach Your Preschooler 1/8/2006 One of the most important things you can do for your child is to offer an environment rich in learning opportunities. If you give your child the opportunity to learn then he will learn -- it really is as simple as that.
View Deanna Mascle Lessons in literacy: How to raise a reader 1/17/2006 As a basic foundation for learning to read and write, kids need strong speaking and listening skills. When you and other adults around your kids encourage them to talk, ask questions, and use dramatic play, it increases their vocabulary, allows them to hear and practice building sentences, and gives them more knowledge to understand spoken and written language.
View Deanna Mascle Preparing your child cognitively to read 1/29/2006 The ultimate goal of reading instruction is to enable children to understand what they read, so reading instruction has to be about more than simply matching letters and sounds -- it also has to be about connecting words and meaning.
View Deanna Mascle 8 specific ways you can make your child a reader! 2/4/2006 Providing positive, enjoyable literacy experiences give young children opportunities to gain the knowledge, awareness, skills, and love of learning that they need to later learn to read independently. Here are 8 ways you can provide those experiences
View Gary Direnfeld, MSW, RSW Issues in Determining Learning Disabilities 9/19/2006 Sometimes you have to dig deep...
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