Phonological Awareness, the Foundation to Reading Success

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Ask the Experts Talk with Angelina Spiteri, center director for the Reading & Language Arts Center (RLAC) in Grosse Pointe.

This dynamic Ask The Experts Talk is designed to provide parents and professionals with strategies to facilitate the skills preschoolers need to be successful in kindergarten. Phonological Awareness underlies all reading skills. Before children open their book to read, or hold their pencil to write, the groundwork must be laid.

Presented by The Family Center in partnership with Christ Church of Grosse Pointe on April 13, 2016.

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