Monday, July 18, 2016

Dramatic Play Builds Literacy

"Why Play Pretend When We're Building Readers?"

"When children play pretend, they are making this same cerebral leap. A block can be a phone. A rag can be a baby. A rock can be a key fob.

And marks on a page can be a story."

Dramatic play builds foundations for understanding print - for reading and writing.

Let's pretend!

Check out my related post Not Literacy?.

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