KINDERGARTEN Emerging Literacy​


Literacy begins at a very young age. Preschool children are acquiring language, learning to listen, and beginning to recognize that written symbols have meaning. Our children learn to express themselves and build vocabulary through looking at pictures and words in books. A trip to the library allows young students to choose their favorite books every week. Language is valued as a positive way to resolve problems and issues in the classroom. Language development evolves from the concrete to the abstract as children develop the capacity to recognize the written symbols of language and words. Teachers monitor and guide each child to ensure the development of the following necessary skills:

      • Visual discrimination
      •  Auditory discrimination
      • Memory
      • Use of oral language
      • Ability to answer questions and follow verbal directions
      • Ability to remember previous events and apply that information.
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