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  • 622 W Duarte Rd, Suite 301
  • Arcadia, CA 91007
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EVIDENCE SUPPORTING EARLY LITERACY AND EARLY LEARNING
We help parents promote the 5 Rs of early education with their families.
FINDING THE RIGHT BOOK FOR EVERY CHILD
We have examples of books categorized by age/developmental level and topic. Included are books on medical conditions affecting children.
Helping your child learn to read
We encourage parents to teach your infant to love books. Parents should not force their infant to learn to read. It is a process that takes time depending on your infant’s developmental stage.
SELECTING BOOKS FOR YOUR PROGRAM
The developmental stage of your child should determine the type and length of the books the child is given.
SHARING BOOKS WITH YOUR BABY UP TO 11 MONTHS
Infants are born to interact with their parents. They also learn to understand and respond to your words and emotions.
SHARING BOOKS WITH YOUR 1-YEAR-OLD
One-year olds are “on the go” but they love the special one-on-one attention. This special times strengthens your bond with your baby.
SHARING BOOKS WITH YOUR 2-YEAR-OLD
Toddlers enjoy books. They learn from sharing books with you, the most important person in their world. Choose a book to read together and repeat some of the words and phrases you read. Take your child to your local public library to borrow books and to enjoy story time together.
SHARING BOOKS WITH YOUR PRESCHOOLER
Preschoolers are very attached to their parents. They enjoy books and learn from sharing books with you. Looking, reading, and talking about books with preschoolers builds their vocabulary. It also builds self-confidence and an interest in learning.
SHARING BOOKS WITH YOUR PRESCHOOLER
Preschoolers are very attached to their parents. They enjoy books and learn from sharing books with you. Looking at, reading and talking about books with preschoolers build their vocabulary. It builds self-confidence and interest in learning.
SHARING BOOKS WITH YOUR SCHOOL AGE CHILD
5-year-old infants are getting ready for kindergarten, so set aside 10 to 30 minutes every day as their reading partner. This reading time should be free of distractions and be on a regular basis.