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Understand concepts of print and the alphabetic principle.

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environmental print Signs that describe using graphics and or words
spoken language a language produced by articulate sounds using the vocal tract
written language a representation of spoken language by means of a writing system
print awareness understanding the different parts of a book. Front, back and the spine
understanding the the directional of print understanding how letters should be written
strategies for promoting letter knowledge rules or patterns used to recognizing upper and lowercase letters and sounds
letter formation efficient handwriting
alphabetic principle letters and combinations of letters are the symbols used to represent the speech of a language
teaching letter sound correspondence using systematic relationships between letters and phonemes
Created by: EstherMartinCobb