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Harold and the Purple CrayonAs soon as a child can hold a crayon or pencil, he or she naturally wants to put marks on paper (or anything else!). By watching adults write children understand very early that the lines on a paper mean something. Young children will pretend "write" on paper and ask, "what does this say?"

Provide lots of scribble paper, pencils, pens, markers and crayons! Children can also practice writing letters in a pan full of salt or flour or rice...even shaving cream!

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Write On Carlos Yoko Writes Her Name Ralph Tells a Story
The Alphabet Tree Harold and His Purple Crayon The Obstinate Pen
Word Builder The Best Story Reading to Peanut

 

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