By Kathy Kinsner, Rebecca Parlakian
Through read alouds, children can learn the names and meanings of the objects, actions, people, and ideas all around them. At the same time, children can learn how these people, ideas, and things relate to one another, which is the critical background information for literacy development in the future.
Source: NAEYC, Young Children, Vol. 76, No. 3, Fall 2021