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From Universal Preschool's Founder
Diane Flynn Keith...

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Teach Your Child to Know and Pronounce His or Her Name

* When you speak to your child, call him/her by their proper name, instead of a nickname or a term of endearment.

* Make rhymes with your child’s name, have your child repeat the rhymes.

* If you meet someone with the same name as your child, point that out.

* Write your child’s full name in print. Show it to your child and say his or her name pointing to each word as you say it. Then, have your child repeat it.

* Ask your child his/her name often.

For more ideas on developing reading readiness skills visit http://www.homefires.com/click?learnread.

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Give your child a head start on the road to life-long learning success. Learn more and get your copy today! http://www.homefires.com/courses/preschool.asp

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