When you’re picking out books to read with your child, try choosing one with pictures of real things, like an apple or a ball. Show your child the picture of the object and then show the real thing. This will help your child develop the concept that pictures represent real things, and, later on, the concept that written words represent real things. This is all part of print awareness.
Learning About Books and Print
By MPPL on May 24, 2010 Categories: Print Awareness
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