Many people believe that early reading skills are a “must-have” for children to succeed in school. Early reading skills can help students with their literacy. They can also help them throughout the rest of their academic careers. Reading skills are critical to success.

The three primary skills you should be working on as early as possible are:

Letter Knowledge.
Narrative Skills.

Reading is a skill that is critical to success in school and for the rest of their academic careers. It’s essential to work on reading as early as possible, so it’s best to start when they’re toddlers!

One way you can encourage your child to learn these skills is through playtime! Playing games like “I Spy” or “Guess What?” is an effective way for children under 12 years old to find words and remember what letters make up specific sounds.

Building early reading skills may not seem obvious, but it’s vital.