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READ

Read with your child every day — just 20 minutes a day will help
your child read on grade level.

 
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TALK

Talk to your child at the grocery store, dinner table, and driving
in the car — introducing them to everything you see around you
helps them learn new words and practice their speaking skills. 

 
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SING

Sing rhyming songs, read rhyming books, and say tongue twisters with your child — this helps them learn new sounds in words.

 
 
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TELL

Tell fun stories and have your child tell you stories.

 
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WRITE

Have your child Write — writing grocery lists and notes or letters
helps children connect spoken words to written words.

 
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ASK

Ask your child questions about what they read — talking about the
words in the book helps them understand what they are reading. 

 
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DOWNLOAD

Download reading apps — your child can practice reading on your
phone or tablet.