Infant-Toddler language and early literacy activities: Free and Reproducible
These materials include twenty home and community activities for adults and children birth to three that encourage early language and literacy development. They are appropriate for children with disabilities as well as children who are developing typically. The materials are specifically designed to address the three key skills of 1) language development, 2) sounds and rhythms, and 3) general book and print awareness. The materials are available in Burmese, English, Spanish, Vietnamese, Korean, Tagalog/Philipino, Somali, and Russian.
The materials are made available by Angela Notari-Syverson and colleagues, and may be copied and distributed as long as they are not sold.
To download materials go to http://www.walearning.com and click on the button that says "Free Literacy Materials" on the home page. You will need to create a logon account using your email address and a password.
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