Literacy – Helping Your Kids to Speak Read and Write

Liven up your child’s learning with the power of the spoken word, the magic of reading and the creativity of writing.

Literacy opt inThese three literacy skills, Speaking, Reading and Writing are interconnected. Studies show that children who enter primary school with a larger vocabulary from being read books and speaking with parents have higher literacy levels.

Yet, 40% of children struggle with learning to read.

Discover how to immerse your child in the world of books. Why being read to and reading from an early age begins a life long process that your child needs to understand, analyze,speak and write intelligently.

The more you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go …
– Dr. Seuss

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