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The more words children hear, the more they develop their language skills. Reading aloud to kids at an early age sets them up for academic success, and not just in reading and writing. Studies have shown that students who read the most achieve more and stay in school longer! "The single most important activity for building the knowledge for eventual success in reading is reading aloud to children"-US Department of Education I believe that a classroom library is the heartbeat of a teacher's environment. It is the window into an educator's own personality, and it reflects the importance of literacy in the classroom.

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The more words children hear, the more they develop their language skills. Reading aloud to kids at an early age sets them up for academic success, and not just in reading and writing. Studies have shown that students who read the most achieve more and stay in school longer! "The single most important activity for building the knowledge for eventual success in reading is reading aloud to children"-US Department of Education I believe that a classroom library is the heartbeat of a teacher's environment. It is the window into an educator's own personality, and it reflects the importance of literacy in the classroom.

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