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Children’s Books to Explain the Science of Reading

I love to talk about children’s books. The two children’s books I’m going to share with you in this post are written to teach children about the Science of Reading (SOR). 

We know children are so curious and always have lots of questions. What better way to explain how their brain is working when they’re learning how to read than with a children’s book? These children’s books will open up discussion, offer visuals, and help answer questions in kid-friendly language. 

For more ways you can introduce and explain the brain to your students, check out the Together in Literacy podcast, season 1, episode 3: Connecting Metacognition to Your Literacy Lessons.


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