The Teacher’s Role in Parent Involvement
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This chapter focuses on strategies can share with families for providing their children with early writing experiences as children first learn to form letters and words as well as useful writing experiences for children as their writing further develops. The type of authentic writing experience can help promote Zoe's writing development. According to the Common Core Standards, beginning as early as kindergarten, children are expected to use writing to share their opinions, information, and events. One family writing activity you could suggest for the students is to create a recipe book of children's favorite recipes. In many classrooms, teachers have children write letters to one another and put them in a classroom mailbox. In many families, children like to perform when their relatives come to visit for a holiday. Parents have the unique opportunity to engage their children in the types of writing that they can use throughout their lives.