UD student promotes literacy through Ranger Rick Jr. reading guide

When reading the Ranger Rick Jr. magazine article “A Spooky Feeling” to children, have them try to predict what might happen next and ask if they think there really is a ghost in Ricky Raccoon’s home. This is an example of the advice University of Delaware student Ellie Tunison offers in her monthly reading guide, which is aimed at supporting literacy at home, on the website of Ranger Rick Jr., the magazine published by the National Wildlife Federation. A junior early childhood education major in the College of Education and Human Development, and intern in the Prekindergarten Reading Encouragement Project (PREP), Tunison said she hopes to make a difference in childhood literacy.  Read more…

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