Early Literacy Development Programs

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    Programs that promote pre-literacy and language development skills in children from birth to age five with the objective of preparing them to read. Program activities are both educational and social and focus on helping participants develop oral language skills, expand their vocabulary, develop the concept of a word, have exposure to printed words and connect them to stories, develop phonological and phoneme awareness (sounds associated with letters and words), and recognize letters of the alphabet and connect them to words. Specific activities that promote early literacy development include reading aloud, summarizing stories read, conversations and dialogue, learning new words, exposure to books, rhyming and singing, imitating sounds, identifying syllables, writing and naming letters, attaching sounds to letters, and recognizing words. Programs may be formal or informal, and may include parent participation. Classes are often held at schools, churches, libraries and community recreation centers.

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    Children Services, National City Public LibraryThe Children's Room sponsors a variety of activities including Storytime, seasonal reading programs, reference assistance and reader advisory, holiday programs, computers for children and parents and computer instruction. Collections include Board Books; Chapter Books; Spanish language materials; audio and video materials; and a parenting collection. General homework help available.SouthChildren ServicesNational City Public Library
    Parent/Child Participation, Ages 24 to 36 Months, Mid-City NavajoProvides a parent-child participation class that integrates parent education and a children's program. Adults and children learn how to make the transition from babyhood to childhood together. Focus is on language, play, fantasy, and exploration as they relate to overall development and become the groundwork for intellectual growth in the 2-year-old. Adults participate in educational discussion while children participate in age-appropriate activities.North CentralParent/Child Participation, Ages 24 to 36 MonthsSan Diego Community College District
    Parent/Child Participation, Ages 24 to 36 Months, North CityProvides a parent-child participation class that integrates parent education and a children's program. Adults and children learn how to make the transition from babyhood to childhood together. Focus is on language, play, fantasy, and exploration as they relate to overall development and become the groundwork for intellectual growth in the 2-year-old. Adults participate in educational discussion while children participate in age-appropriate activities.North CentralParent/Child Participation, Ages 24 to 36 MonthsSan Diego Community College District
    Parent/Child Participation, Ages 24 to 36 Months, North City MiramarProvides a parent-child participation class that integrates parent education and a children's program. Adults and children learn how to make the transition from babyhood to childhood together. Focus is on language, play, fantasy, and exploration as they relate to overall development and become the groundwork for intellectual growth in the 2-year-old. Adults participate in educational discussion while children participate in age-appropriate activities.North CentralParent/Child Participation, Ages 24 to 36 MonthsSan Diego Community College District
    Parent/Child Participation, Ages 3 to 5 Years, Preschool, Educational Cultural ComplexProvides a parent-child participation class with integrated preschool program. Class helps build skills that strengthen families and prepare preschool-aged children for kindergarten. Parents develop family communication and problem-solving skills while expanding their knowledge of the preschooler's social, emotional, physical, cognitive, and language development. Children participate in age-appropriate activities and adults participate in educational discussion.CentralParent/Child Participation, Ages 3 to 5 Years, PreschoolSan Diego Community College District
    Parent/Child Participation, Ages 3 to 5 Years, Preschool, Mid-CityProvides a parent-child participation class with integrated preschool program. Class helps build skills that strengthen families and prepare preschool-aged children for kindergarten. Parents develop family communication and problem-solving skills while expanding their knowledge of the preschooler's social, emotional, physical, cognitive, and language development. Children participate in age-appropriate activities and adults participate in educational discussion.CentralParent/Child Participation, Ages 3 to 5 Years, PreschoolSan Diego Community College District
    Parent/Child Participation, Ages 3 to 5 Years, Preschool, Mid-City NavajoProvides a parent-child participation class with integrated preschool program. Class helps build skills that strengthen families and prepare preschool-aged children for kindergarten. Parents develop family communication and problem-solving skills while expanding their knowledge of the preschooler's social, emotional, physical, cognitive, and language development. Children participate in age-appropriate activities and adults participate in educational discussion.North CentralParent/Child Participation, Ages 3 to 5 Years, PreschoolSan Diego Community College District
    Parent/Child Participation, Ages 3 to 5 Years, Preschool, North City MiramarProvides a parent-child participation class with integrated preschool program. Class helps build skills that strengthen families and prepare preschool-aged children for kindergarten. Parents develop family communication and problem-solving skills while expanding their knowledge of the preschooler's social, emotional, physical, cognitive, and language development. Children participate in age-appropriate activities and adults participate in educational discussion.North CentralParent/Child Participation, Ages 3 to 5 Years, PreschoolSan Diego Community College District
    Parent/Child Participation, Ages 3 to 5 Years, Preschool, West City ClairemontProvides a parent-child participation class with integrated preschool program. Class helps build skills that strengthen families and prepare preschool-aged children for kindergarten. Parents develop family communication and problem-solving skills while expanding their knowledge of the preschooler's social, emotional, physical, cognitive, and language development. Children participate in age-appropriate activities and adults participate in educational discussion.North CentralParent/Child Participation, Ages 3 to 5 Years, PreschoolSan Diego Community College District
    Parent/Child Participation, Ages 3 to 5 Years, Preschool, West City Mission BayProvides a parent-child participation class with integrated preschool program. Class helps build skills that strengthen families and prepare preschool-aged children for kindergarten. Parents develop family communication and problem-solving skills while expanding their knowledge of the preschooler's social, emotional, physical, cognitive, and language development. Children participate in age-appropriate activities and adults participate in educational discussion.North CentralParent/Child Participation, Ages 3 to 5 Years, PreschoolSan Diego Community College District
    Parent/Child Participation, Child Development 5 Volunteer, Mid-CityProvides a parent-child participation class that integrates parent education and a children's program. Participants develop skills as an elementary school parent volunteer through practical experience and classroom instruction. Child's growth and development--intellectual, emotional, social, and physical--and positive ways of working with preschool and elementary school age children are emphasized. Class serves as a mini-preschool.CentralParent/Child Participation, Child Development 5 VolunteerSan Diego Community College District
    Parent/Child Participation, Child Development 5 Volunteer, North City MiramarProvides a parent-child participation class that integrates parent education and a children's program. Participants develop skills as an elementary school parent volunteer through practical experience and classroom instruction. Child's growth and development--intellectual, emotional, social, and physical--and positive ways of working with preschool and elementary school age children are emphasized. Class serves as a mini-preschool.North CentralParent/Child Participation, Child Development 5 VolunteerSan Diego Community College District
    Parent University of San Diego, San Diego Unified School District, Ballard Parent CenterOffers classes and workshops that help parents develop language, literacy, mathematics, and study skills in their children before they begin kindergarten and throughout school. Childcare (birth to 5 years) is free and includes language arts activities designed to build literacy skills. Parents participate in programs that focus on academics, parenting skills, and school readiness skills.North CentralParent University of San Diego/Ballard Parent CenterSan Diego Unified School District

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