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Let children’s natural interests and instinct for play lead literacy learning



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In its recommendations for teaching young children early reading skills, the National Reading Panel advised educators to keep a sense of playfulness and fun; avoid drill and rote memorization use group settings that encourage interaction among children encourage children’s curiosity about and experimentation with language and print Take a look at these three approaches for examples of how to immerse children in early literacy by harnessing their natural interests and sense of play.

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