Reading at home is a very important part of a child’s development. Not only do we read to students in the classroom, but at Little Sunshine’s Playhouse & Preschool we also encourage parents to read to their children at home. It creates a connection between the home and school and allows students the opportunity to practice new reading skills. As a Reggio Emilia school, we ensure monthly book selections are age appropriate. Read

Parent involvement in a child’s education is incredibly critical to optimal development and helping a child reach his/her full potential. Supporting evidence is overwhelming. Research shows parent involvement not only leads to higher academic achievement, greater cognitive competence, and better problem-solving skills (Melhuish, Sylva, Sammons et al., 2001), but also extends beyond educational achievement. Children develop greater self-control, improved mental health, show advanced social and emotional development, become more resilient

1)    Have Fun with books- Use expression when you read, chose books you enjoy to read, when children see you reading for pleasure they want to read too!  2)    Notice Print All Around You- Let children handle books and help turn the pages. Babies will even put them in their mouths. Point out signs wherever you go! 3)    Talk, Talk, Talk- Point to objects and name them. When you come

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