[Reading-For-Healthy-Families] FW: Early Literacy Newsletter, January 2010

Joann Contini joanncontini at comcast.net
Wed Jan 20 10:32:29 PST 2010

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I've just received this email and thought you might find it interesting.It is from Washington Learning Systems- the big black binder you received at RFHF. Materials now available in Cantonese and Mandarin.


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 Research Brief for Administrators & Trainers
Find out what research says about early language and literacy

Reach Out to Asian Families: New Free Materials
Does your early childhood program serve families who speak
Mandarin or Cantonese? We have just posted our On-the-Go
materials for free download to help these families promote early
literacy at home. We also have On-the-Go materials in other Asian
languages. These materials complement our Language is the Key
video training programs. View the On-the-Go materials.

The Art of Asking Questions
Asking questions of toddlers and preschoolers is a research-based
strategy that builds language. But some questions are better at
promoting language than others.  See how to ask questions that
build language.


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