Growing Parents, Growing Children: Newsletters for Read Aloud Tips & Activities in Early Childhood Tips & Activities in Early
Date of Award
Project (696 or 796 registration)
Master of Science in Special Education
read-aloud, early childhood, newsletters, developmental activities
In a changing world full of technology in homes and communities, it is important for families to be aware of the effects of technology and ways to take a step back and build connections with their children. Young children’s brains rapidly change and form connections that will later impact their life. One way to build these connections is to read aloud to a child. The benefits of reading aloud are scientifically proven to help create bonds, build empathy, develop a child’s imagination, expand language and vocabulary, increase comprehension, and culminate into writing and reading. Based off of current research, we have assembled nine newsletters containing information for parents and caregivers about the benefits and strategies for reading aloud. Each newsletter also contains developmental activities for families to complete.
Klingfus, Angela and Jacobsen, Diane, "Growing Parents, Growing Children: Newsletters for Read Aloud Tips & Activities in Early Childhood Tips & Activities in Early" (2020). Dissertations, Theses, and Projects. 435.