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Bookmarks are great ways to send information home with books to support families in successful reading experiences.

Each of the four bookmarks that follow have one side that supports basic reading practices. The other side features one of four foundational areas for literacy: print concepts, phonological, oral language, and alphabet knowledge. Also available are bookmarks for use with some classic, pre-kindergarten literature.

Reading and Print (Print Concepts)
English pdf 207K Spanish pdf 440K

Reading and Word Sounds (Phonological)
English pdf 361K Spanish pdf 554K

Reading and Talking (Oral Language)
English Reading and Talking Spanishpdf 472k

Reading and the Alphabet (Alphabet Knowledge)
English pdf 432K Spanish pdf 467K

The Doorbell Rang
by Pat Hutchins
English pdf 244K Spanish pdf 239K

Little Mother Goose by Tomie DePaola
English pdf 270K

The Snowy Day by Ezra Jack Keats
English pdf 241K Spanish pdf 248K

The Way I Feel by Janan Cain
English pdf 465K Spanish pdf 466K

Inch By Inch by Leo Lionni
English pdf 214K Spanish pdf 212K

Ricardo’s Day by George Ancona
English pdf 248K Spanish pdf 252K

The Literacy Connection

Project Enlightenment • Wake County Public School System • Raleigh, North Carolina
The Literacy Connection program was initiated by an Early Reading First Grant funded
by the US Department of Education.

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The contents of this presentation were developed through a grant from the U.S. Department of Education;
however, the contents do not necessarily represent the policy of the Department of Education
nor endorsement by the Federal Government. Published 2007.

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