Singing is one of the best ways for children to learn language.
From birth to potty-training, parents and caregivers will change a LOT of diapers, and a LOT of outfits, both of which can be unpleasant tasks with young children. Many children simply do not want to stop having fun. However, change tables can be a great place to incorporate some of the practices that support early literacy learning, such as talking, singing, and playing.
There are lots of things to worry about when you are a new parent, but you don’t have to worry about how to get your child started on their literacy journey! If you have a new baby, we have a Books for BC Babies bag for you.
There are five different practices that support early literacy development: talking, singing, reading, playing, and writing. Today we’re going to share one of our favourite secret weapons for developing language skills: rhymes.
We’re back with another song collection for you! These ones are all about frogs and are great to use with preschoolers. Singing is one of the five practices that build early literacy skills – and singing with your child is a great way to build another early literacy practice into your day – playing!
For this week’s Literacy at Home we have some more songs for 0-2s for you! There are five practices that support early literacy: talking, singing, reading, writing, and playing. Singing is one of our favourites!
We’re back with another simple activity that you can use at home with your children to help support the development of their early literacy skills! There are five practices that do this, and in this activity we’re focusing on reading, talking, and playing.
We’re delighted to introduce a new initiative to help support caregivers practice early literacy with their children at home. There are five practices that support early literacy: talking, singing, reading, writing, and playing. Singing is one of our favourites!