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Children gain understanding about language and reading through their interactions with verbal language, print, and daily routines

Children gain understanding about language and reading through their interactions with verbal language, print, and daily routines. Through shared reading (or dialogic reading), children learn about reading concepts by experiencing a learning environment rich in signs, symbols, words, numbers, and art that reflect diverse cultures. When children are read to regularly and encouraged to intentionally interact with printed materials, they develop an interest in books and other printed materials.

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