Toddler Literacy Center
Updated: 2/3/2020
Toddler Literacy Center
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  • Dropper & Paint
  • Paper
  • Baby BearBaby BearWhat Do You See?
  • Books
  • Crayons
  • Toddler Literacy Center
  • CD Player
  • Pig The Pug
  • Magnify Glass
  • Dolls
  • Maracas
  • Baby BearBaby BearWhat Do You See?
  • Pig The Pug
  • Baby Bear Baby Bear, What do you see? and Pig the Pug are age appropriate books for toddlers.
  • Dolls can be used to help with toddlers speaking skills. They can recreate events in their lives that they recall or make up their own stories.
  • Paper and crayons can be used for speaking skills. They can create and use their fine motor skills to create scribbles or pictures, then recall them later with teachers by speaking.
  • Maracas can be used as a part of listening skills for toddlers. They can be used during circle or independently.
  • A CD player is a great listening skill to be in the literacy center. It can be used to help children remember songs and play dance songs.
  • Magnify glass can be used as a viewing skill. Teachers can give toddlers a magnify glass to look closer at certain objects given to them.
  • The dropper and paint can be used a viewing skill for toddlers. They can add water to a color of paint and watch it be dropped onto paper and see it spread.
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