Electronic books, called e-books, are becoming more and more commonplace these days. Here you’ll discover practical tips for sharing e-books with your child, and how to keep the focus on reading and the story.
How can you help kids develop print awareness? Here are some sample questions and prompts you can use before, during, and after a read aloud activity to help children activate basic knowledge about print and books.
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