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Understanding the ways oral language can be divided into smaller components and manipulated.
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Recognizing that written letters represent the sounds of spoken language.
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Children’s known words. Children’s preschool vocabulary correlates with later reading comprehension.
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Comprehension and Fluency
Understanding and making connections to what is read.
Ability to read accurately, quickly, and with expression.
Engaging Family Read-Alouds