LITERACY VIDEOS – PRESCHOOL
Pre-school (3 years to 4 years old)
The job of a preschooler is to learn to communicate, and this is no easy task. Preschoolers develop their ability to comprehend and tell stories, become more skilled conversationalists, and begin to understand the mechanics of written language, and they refine their communication skills during play. These verbal skills provide a foundation of grammar, vocabulary, and story comprehension that will help later as they learn to read.
Here’s what you can do:
- Read often to your child.
- Use alphabet puzzles and toys.
- Asking your preschooler questions is a great way to develop their critical thinking skills.
- Encourage your child to draw, paint,and make things.
- Provide opportunities for them to share songs and stories with you. These develop oral communication skills.
- Have them practice writing their name.
I Can Be Anything
Voices Are Not for Yelling
Brown Boy Brown Boy What Can You Be?
Clifford The Firehouse Dog
I Want To Be A Nurse
I Want to Be A Teacher
Pete The Cat and His Four Groovy Buttons
Come Fly With Maisy
Quack & Count
I Will Be Fierce
Hands Are Not For Hitting
My Doctor Visit Emma Big
Thank You Omul