Preschool teaching phonics

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Social Issues: What Can Parents Do? In preschool, children learn about the world through play. Subject areas aren’t separate in their minds or in the classroom. Children spend most of the preschool day working together with classmates. Each conversation, whether talking about the class pet or deciding which color block to put on top of their tower, helps children develop their thoughts and language. Writing often appears as scribbles in the preschool classroom, but letters or shapes that resemble letters soon pop up as children try to write their own names in creative ways.