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The second guest post in the September series by Amanda Lehrman from The Momma Files.
Amanda Lehrman has a background in education and is a mother to her son Jack. Please check back here for more educational tips to prepare your little ones for school.

Reading is a skill that starts before the days of school. It begins with babies recognizing pictures in a book and progresses naturally as that child gets older. My son has a book of first works that was introduced to him when he was a few weeks old. He knows this book as well as he know us. For a child who is extremely active and mobile, he will sit still and point to the pictures when we read to him. The earlier parents begin exposing children to literature and literacy, the more beneficial it will be for those sons and daughters. Continue

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