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Highlighting the key aspects of language and literacy development from birth to grade 3, this resource by Burns, Griffin, and Snow for the National Research Council translates research findings into everyday practice and clearly identifies the skills that children must master to succeed in reading. It includes practical guidelines, program descriptions, and strategies that can be used in everyday life, including 55 research-based activities parents and caregivers can do with children to help them become successful readers. The full text can be viewed and downloaded free on The National Academies Press website here; a paperback copy of the 182-page document costs $24.95. A podcast summarizing the findings from the report can be accessed here.

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