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Literacy begins at birth

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Children who learn how to read before first grade usually have a leg up on their classmates who do not. The importance of child literacy has been well-documented and can open your child up to worlds of adventure, excitement, and a love of learning that hopefully lasts a lifetime.

Steve Zwolak (aka, “Mr. Z”), the director of the Lume Institute, visits KPLR 11 News at Noon to talk about how literacy begins at birth.


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