1.A.2 Use different strategies for understanding written materials (e.g., making predictions using what they already know, using the structure of texts, linking themselves and their experiences to the written materials, asking relevant questions).
1.A.3 Demonstrate reading-like behaviors with familiar written materials [i.e., moving from labeling pictures to creating connected stories using book language (e.g., "Once upon a time..."); using patterns and vocabulary that occur in printed material to making use of printed text (e.g., trying out what one is learning about words and sounds)].
1.A.4 Talk about preferences for favorite authors, kinds of books, and topics and question the content and author's choices (critical literacy).
B In print and alphabetic knowledge:
1.B.1 Show progress in identifying and associating letters with their names and sounds.