Reading With Young Children Learning Spoken Language
Why Does Reading To Babies Matter?
Tips for Reading With Squirmy Toddlers
Free Webinar that also features demonstrations of important LSL strategies while reading. Well worth 30 minutes of your time!
Introduction to Reading and Your Child - We Hear Here
Reading and Your Children from Birth to Three - We Hear Here
Need some book ideas? Everyone has their own taste and preferences. These are books that come highly recommended by a lot of people. Please always screen books for your family’s values. It’s not possible for us to screen every book, but these are generally widely loved. If you have some favorite books to add, please let us know! Literacy@DeafKidsCan.org
Below You Will Find Book Idea Lists Dedicated To:
This website and any links are provided for educational purposes NOT medical or legal advice. For those purposes, please consult the appropriately licensed professionals.
The links provided on this website are to resources that parents and professionals have found to be helpful and educational. As the internet is a dynamic and ever changing environment, it is possible that a linked resource could contain information not endorsed by the Coalition. The Coalition stands adamantly opposed to any discrimination or harassment in regard to age, disability, national or ethnic origin, race, religious belief, sex, political affiliation, or otherwise as may be prohibited by federal and state law.
The Coalition is, at its core, supportive of the right of parents and guardians to choose the communication mode best suited to meet the needs of their individual child, recognizing that there are many factors to consider and communication options. In focusing on the particular needs of families pursuing a listening and spoken language option, it is not the Coalition’s position that this is the best option for every child. It is, however, a particular area of need and the one that this not-for profit is organized to support.