I have an infant/toddler

The earlier you start practicing literacy skills with your child, the easier reading will be later on. That’s because 80% of a child’s brain is fully formed by the time they’re 3, so the steps you take now make a big impact on their foundation for learning when it comes time for school.
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I have an infant/toddler

The earlier you start practicing literacy skills with your child, the easier reading will be later on. That’s because 80% of a child’s brain is fully formed by the time they’re 3, so the steps you take now make a big impact on their foundation for learning when it comes time for school.

Here are some easy ways you can work literacy into every day with your child. Remember, just 20 minutes a day can make all the difference:

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Looking for some inspiration on how to get your child reading? Get tips sent directly to your phone three days a week with Ready4K. Simply text Ready4K to 70138.

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