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August 10, 2014
A Is for Andy

Your child knows his name pretty early, so use those letters as a place to start teaching the ABCs. Write your child’s name often, on every drawing, on a posted sign, on his bedroom door, or with magnetic letters on the fridge. If you see “his” letters on signs when you’re out of the house, show him. Point out his name on packages or pieces of mail too.

 
 

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