Literacy develops as we experience all of life’s circumstances
Families create memories: Whether we are good parents to our children or not, we can’t get away from the fact that we are their memories and memories cement family. Good memories increase the child’s exploration of the world successfully; they help them deal with life and add to the lives of others. The more experiences a child enjoys, the more literate he/she becomes.
Language as a tool of communication organizes and interprets our experience and forms the building blocks for thinking. Language also shapes our view of the world.
Talking to our children and reading to them is not all there is to literacy building. We need to create memories and guide their experiences to broaden their view of the world. Children with a variety of experiences can apply their background knowledge to better comprehend new things introduced to them. Fear has less chance of holding them hostage and challenges greet them healthily so they are more willing to get up and try again.
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