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Diane Flynn Keith...

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Recipe for Reading

While reading recipe directions, have your child add the ingredients as you say them. Have them stir, beat, or mix the ingredients too. If you use a box cake mix let them “read” the pictures shown on the back and get those items (if they can reach) out of the cabinets/fridge. Help them measure, pour or scoop ingredients, crack the eggs into the bowl, and then mix everything together. As you do this, show your child the words and read them together.

BooksMore ideas for developing reading readiness skills can be found here:
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