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Talking leads to reading

Talking!

Talking and listening are the first ways children learn about language. By talking with you, children learn the sounds of their language and learn about the world around them. The more they know about their world, the more they will understand what they read in books.

Discussing

Discussing

Discussing similarities and differences builds vocabulary and observation skills. Look at the fish on the Spark Card "What is the same about these fish? What is different?

More: Find great books about similarities

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