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Ready to Read - Ready for School

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Studies demonstrate that the greatest factors predicting a child’s success in school are early literacy skills – a “readiness to read.” These need to be nurtured in a child’s early years, before they …

Studies demonstrate that the greatest factors predicting a child’s success in school are early literacy skills – a “readiness to read.” These need to be nurtured in a child’s early years, before they enter preschool or Kindergarten, so that children begin formal education as developmentally ready as possible and with fundamental skills that provide a foundation for reading, writing, and all other academic subject areas.

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  • 1. Ready to Read Ready for School Early Literacy is the Key to Success By Bill Breitsprecher 2008, William P. Breitsprecher & BreitLinks. All rights reserved. www.breitlinks.com
  • 2. Success in School • Readiness to read predicts • Early literacy skills matter • Starts before preschool, Kindergarden • Not “blank slates” 2008, William P. Breitsprecher & BreitLinks. All rights reserved. www.breitlinks.com