Language-rich activities enable children to learn literacy skills in a social setting. Reading aloud to students helps with reading comprehension, letter recognition, and print literacy.
Teachers should spend time reading books aloud to their students every day. Teachers can also put on puppet shows and speak about their favorite books and stories.
There are techniques for making these experiences even more important, whether a teacher is reading aloud, chatting, or writing with a child. Preschoolers may make journals to practice basic printing skills, including writing their names and drawing on other pages.