Early Literacy 101:
Help Children
Get Ready to Read!
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Reading is essential to
school success.
Start now to help your child
get ready to read.
Learning to read begins
before children start
school.
Children who start kindergarten with
good pre-reading skills have an
advantage.
They are ready to learn to read.
Why is it important for
children to get ready to
read before they start
school?
You are your child’s first teacher.
You know your child best.
Children learn best by doing,
and they love doing things with you.
Why are parents so
important in helping their
children get ready
to read?
Six Early Literacy Skills:
Building the Foundation
Help your child be ready
to read with simple
activities every day.
Print Motivation:
Loving Books
Help your child be ready
to read with simple
activities every day.
Vocabulary:
Words
Help your child be ready
to read with simple
activities every day.
Print Awareness:
Using Books
Help your child be ready
to read with simple
activities every day.
Letter Knowledge:
The ABCs
Help your child be ready
to read with simple
activities every day.
Phonological Awareness:
Playing with Sounds
Help your child be ready
to read with simple
activities every day.
Narrative Skills:
Telling Stories
Help your child be ready
to read with simple
activities every day.
Not all skills are equal.
FYI
To become successful readers,
children need to:
• Learn a code
• Understand its meaning
What do children need
to learn to become
good readers?
What is decoding?
• Noticing print
• Knowing letter names and sounds
• Hearing the sounds that make up words
What do children need to
know before they can
learn to read?
What is comprehension?
• Knowing what words mean
(vocabulary)
• Understanding the meaning of
printed language
What do children need to
know before they can
learn to read?
Five simple practices help children
get ready to read.
Help your child be ready
to read with simple
activities every day.
Talking:
Children learn about language by
listening to parents talk and
joining the conversation.
Talking helps your child
get ready to read.
Talking:
Books are wonderful
conversation starters.
Talking helps your child
get ready to read.
Singing:
Songs are a natural way to
learn about language.
Singing helps your child
get ready to read.
Reading:
Reading together with your children
is the single most important way to
help them get ready to read.
Shared reading is the best
way to help your child get
ready to read.
Reading:
FYI
Shared reading develops
vocabulary and comprehension.
Shared reading is the best
way to help your child get
ready to read.
Reading:
Reading helps children learn
less common words.
Talk about the meaning of
words as you read.
Shared reading is the best
way to help your child get
ready to read.
Writing:
Reading and writing go together.
Writing helps your child
get ready to read.
Writing:
Writing helps your child
get ready to read.
Making Marks
Drawing and Writing
Name Writing
Word Writing
Playing:
Children learn about language through
different kinds of play.
Playing helps your child
get ready to read.
Playing:
FYI
Pretend and dramatic play
develop language skills.
Playing helps your child
get ready to read.
Your library helps children
get ready to read.
•Books and music to borrow
•Puzzles
•Crafts, coloring pages
•Storytimes and programs for all ages
•Fun spaces
Preschoolers and
Technology
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Additional Resources for Librarians:
ORTR Website
http://ohreadytoread.org
Ohio Early Literacy Crosswalk
Facebook
Ready to Read Kits
Grab and Go Kits
Ohio Ready to Read Library
Facebook
Ohio Ready to Read has its own Facebook
page!
“Like” ORTR to receive notifications and
updates regarding:
• Early learning literacy and libraries
• Early Learning standards
• Program Ideas
• Inspiring stories
• Helpful hints
• And more!
https://www.facebook.com/OhioReadyToRead
Ready to Read Kits
Three kits are available. Each kit
contains:
• 1 easel
• 3 boxes of flashcards - Letters,
Spanish Letters, Spanish
Everyday Words
• 1 folder of flannel nursery
rhymes
• 2 bags of magnetic letters
(upper and lowercase)
• 2 puppets
• 1 drum head and 1 drum stick
• 6 board books
• 3-4 paperback books
• 1 big book
• 2-3 CDs
• 1 Every Child Ready To
Read® @ Your Library® 2nd
edition manual (binder)
• 1 Every Child Ready To
Read® @ Your Library® 1st
edition training kit (binder)
• 3 packs of original ECRR
brochures (early talkers,
talkers, pre-readers; Red,
Blue, Green)
• 1 pack of ECRR 2nd edition
brochures
• 1 pack of ECRR 2nd edition
bookmarks
Don’t have enough early literacy resources or the
time to make new ones? No problem!
Borrow a handy Ready to Read Kit for FREE from
Ohio Ready to Read!
http://www.ohreadytoread.org/rtrkits.html
Grab and Go Templates
Each template
package includes:
• Printable activity
sheets
• A printable
station title sheet
• A checklist of
supplies
Support early literacy throughout the library and in
the community with these simple templates!
Grab and Go Literacy Stations are a great tool for
librarians to use during parent workshops, family
events, or storytimes, or to connect with the
community outside the library.
Download the templates for free
http://www.ohreadytoread.org/grabandgo.html#templates
Ohio Ready to Read Library
This is a collection of:
• Storytime outlines
• Booklists
• Scripts
• Sample publications
• Links
• And other tools and resources for
librarians to plan early literacy
activities.
http://www.ohreadytoread.org/library.html
Ohio Early Literacy Crosswalk
The Ohio Early Literacy Crosswalk is meant to
help librarians and other early-childhood
professionals understand how the following earlyliteracy frameworks relate to one another:
• Every Child Ready to Read 1st edition
• Every Child Ready to Read 2nd edition
• Ohio Department of Education Early Learning
and Development Standards
• Head Start Child Development & Early Learning
Framework
http://ohelcrosswalk.wikispaces.com
Thank you!
Please keep in touch:
Ohio Ready to Read
http://ohreadytoread.org
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