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Slowly progressing through each of these stages, and mastering one reading concept at a time, the child eventually acquires fluent reading capability. I will further elaborate on this point in Chapter 9. As you read through these accounts, you will understand the secret of their accomplishment. Following the Bush administration’s new reading legislation of No Child Left Behind and Reading First programs, these children’s stories are especially important. They provide a model for action for parents and teachers who are often confused by the barrage of contradictory information they receive on the topic of early reading.
28 The proven, “scientifically based” examples that The Secret of Natural Readers offers encourage parents and teachers, and empower them, to try their own mix of literacy activities with their youngsters to stimulate children’s natural reading development. Page 30 This page intentionally left blank. Page 31 Part II The Children’s Stories Page 32 This page intentionally left blank. Page 33 Chapter Three Three Years Old and Reading Some parents make sand castles with their children, we made words with him.
In any case, Sean had a “terrific memory” with good visual perception and an eye for detail, as Nan recalled. “The program was primarily playoriented,” Nan explained. But Nan was pleased with his impressive growth in artwork, attributing it to the rich variety of art activities given in that prekindergarten program. And even now, at four and a half, he still enjoys watching Sesame Street occasionally. So there must have been another reason for Sean’s early reading development. He was very much like any other child of similar age in that regard.