I was reading this fabulous guest post from Pages and Margins about the effect of the environmental factor (having a reading habit atmosphere) to early childhood education and I can’t wait to share with you. Link is just at the end of the post.
I am not a parent myself. But I am so glad to read what parents, who love to read, think about literacy. More importantly, us as a teacher, would really love all the parents on board, so that it does not only help children to build up their communication skills, but also add fun and ideas to their dramatic play, provide practical information to their lives and build up their creativity!
I am so proud of those parents who give their child(ren) 110% support in early childhood education. That is not easy, friends.
Remember to check the link below to see WHAT THE PARENTS THINK ABOUT LITERACY!
The Influence of Books in Early Childhood by Katie Fitzgerald During the past few months, I have read two wonderful vintage books about the influence of reading on families with young children. Annis Duff’s Bequest of Wings (1944) is a lovely reflection on her family’s relationship to all different books as her children grew from […]