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English and Languages

Communication hinges largely on a child's ability to understand all types of language. Understanding language allows children to engage with others, express emotions and discover the world. Literacy resources play a central role in developing communication skills. Listening to stories, appreciating the alphabet and expressing ideas through sentences, encourages children to begin creating their own narratives. However, this isn't always a simple experience to develop. Through using charts, games, prompts and books, educators and children collaborate in learning languages and communication.

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