Explore these resources and learn how to help develop the 6 Skills of Early Literacy with your children.
|The 6 skills of early literacy are what children know about reading and writing before they begin to read and write. Our goal is to build a reading house – a house that is strong and sound and filled with a lifetime of joyful and informative reading – the 6 skills of early literacy are the foundation blocks for that reading house.|
Colorful brochures containing the 6 Pre-Reading Skills for all age levels
Early Literacy Flipbook
Each postcard contains the definition of an early literacy skill as well as ideas and activities to help develop that skill in young children from birth to age 5.
Cut them out.
Laminate and hole-punch them.
Loop them together with ribbon or a slip-ring.
For more fun, paste pictures or drawings on the back of the postcards before laminating.
Visit the Early Learning page, for more information, including the Five Practices of Early Learning.
Ready for Reading Grant
Learn more about this research grant and its findings.
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