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Remembering the Story

Family Reading Time

Research shows that having conversations with children during book reading can significantly improve their understanding of the book and build their early literacy skills. One way to increase conversation is to ask children questions during book reading, using dialogic reading prompts such as those developed by Grover Whitehurst. This video demonstrates the RECALL prompt, where adults ask children what they remember about different parts of the story.

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