“Reading Instruction in Kindergarten: Little to Gain and Much to Lose”

by Nancy Carlsson-Paige

DEY -- READING INSTRUCTION IN KINDERGARTEN: ​LITTLE TO GAIN AND MUCH TO LOSE.

READING INSTRUCTION IN KINDERGARTEN: ​LITTLE TO GAIN AND MUCH TO LOSE.A comprehensive report written by Nancy Carlsson-Paige, Joan Almon, and Geralyn Bywater McLauglin that looks at the widespread, but inaccurate belief that teaching children to read in kindergarten – or even in prekindergarten–will help them become better readers and give them a head start in academics.

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