Help your child develop language and a love of reading by exposing her to a variety of print rich materials such as books, poems, nursery rhymes, labels, recipes, child-friendly magazines, newspapers, etc. Engage her in conversation, encouraging her to point out and describe objects, letters, and words, and express ideas. Involve your child while making shopping lists, writing letters, or filling out birthday invitations.
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