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Support for Kress and early literacy

According to the National Institute for Literacy, “The building blocks of literacy develop beginning in infancy. Day-to-day activities expose babies and toddlers to sounds, words, speech, and print. Researchers have found strong evidence that children can learn reading and writing in their earliest years, long before they go to school. ” This provides strong support for Kress theory on sign-making in early childhood.

National Institute for Literacy

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