The possession of language is one of the remarkable achievements of early childhood education. By ages of 6, children essentially master the sound, grammar of their language and acquire a vocabulary of thousands of words. Use drawing, mark marking, symbols and writing with invented and conventional spelling to communicate ideas and information. Children start reading with understanding and enjoyment. They perceive or listen for information. In their first 6 years they develop the mechanism to convey meaning and communicate with others.
English, Buddy Readers, Phonics, Speech and Drama