Developing Pre-Writing Skills in Early Childhood Infographic

Developing Pre-Writing Skills in Early Childhood Infographic

Most research on early writing has focused on lower primary-aged children which means studies on younger children (from 2-5 years) are a little thin. One of the causes of this was the long-held philosophy that very young children would learn what they needed by merely playing within a print-rich environment. However, research has since shown that this is not enough. The print-rich environment is still a great idea, but children also need explicit instruction.

Learning and skill development is a process and usually a long one. According to recent studies the foundations for writing start well before Kindergarten and play a major role in a child’s long-term writing success. The Developing Pre-Writing Skills in Early Childhood Infographic presents what research says about early writing skills and how you can help kids acquiring them!

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