When understanding information content communicated to young children by parents and caregivers, children’s abilities to gain meaning, develop knowledge, skills, and a deeper awareness about their lives increases their motivation for reading and textual comprehension.
Parents and teachers historically play pivotal roles in assessing, identifying, and providing daily instructional opportunities across the active, natural learning experiential contexts for children to build early language and textual understandings.
The most powerful role is developed when teachers fulfill their role as a collaborative, respectful, and resourceful partner to the children’s parents in creating and achieving long-term goals for increasing comprehension.
Here some worksheets that can be used. Just click the images to download full set in PDF: