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Linguistic Quick Tips

You can help your children continue to develop their word smarts by:

  • Taking them on frequent trips to the library.

  • Making sure they have access to a variety of books and, if possible, books with read-along cassettes.

  • Asking them to keep a journal or diary.

  • Asking them to write and read aloud a summary of your family's weekly activities.

Source: The Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development's Professional Development Online

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