Reasons to Write

Giving children opportunities to write, even if it is just scribbles, helps children understand that print can represent spoken words. It can also help children develop eye-hand coordination and the fine motor control they need to hold a pencil.

Books to Read

Ideas are all around

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Ideas are all around

Apple pie ABC

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Apple pie ABC

Oops, pounce, quick, run! : an alphabet caper

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Oops, pounce, quick, run! : an alphabet caper

Hand Rhymes - Marc Brown

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Hand Rhymes

Marc Brown
The complete book of rhymes, songs, poems, fingerplays, and chants

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The complete book of rhymes, songs, poems, fingerplays, and chants

Bunny Cakes - Rosemary Wells

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Bunny Cakes

Rosemary Wells
Put it on the list - Kristen Darbyshire

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Put it on the list

Kristen Darbyshire
One Thousand One Rhymes and Fingerplays - Totline Staff

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One Thousand One Rhymes and Fingerplays

Totline Staff
Harold and the purple crayon

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Harold and the purple crayon

The dot

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The dot

Beautiful oops!

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Beautiful oops!

The alphabet tree

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The alphabet tree

Eating the alphabet

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Eating the alphabet

R is for robot : a noisy alphabet

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R is for robot : a noisy alphabet

Playful pigs from A to Z

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Playful pigs from A to Z

Puddle

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Puddle

Things to Do

Give your child crayons or paints that they can use to scribble and draw.

Trace words and patterns in sand.

Play with clay or play dough.

Crinkle up newspaper into various shapes.

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