Early Childhood Education: Resources for Enhancing Early Development
Children’s brains develop most significantly from birth through six years of age. Use this Early Childhood Education Web Guide to find resources that can enhance young children’s social, emotional, physical and academic development.
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Reading to preschoolers impacts their reading and vocabulary skills, and helps them gain a better understanding of the world around them. Promoting early childhood literacy is easy with Internet resources that jump-start kids’ interest in reading.
- Reading aloud to your children is a good way to promote early childhood literacy and begin fostering their interest in reading. Setting aside time for reading and having a variety of reading material on hand are effective ways to improve reading skills.
- Reading comprehension goes hand in hand with reading skill, and can be fostered by talking with kids about the stories they’ve heard or read. LessonSense.com, StoryPlace and other sites provide dialogue activities along with literacy enrichment.
uses the U.S. Department of Education’s guidelines to recommend books, computer programs and Web sites that parents and teachers can use to help kids become readers.
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