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Most children learn to talk well before they reach school age. They acquire this complex skill at home, without specific teaching, because of the genuine need to communicate.

In the same way children can learn to read by reading and hearing enjoyable stories or real events. It is another way of communicating and children can acquire literacy as naturally as they acquired spoken language.
Even for children with specific difficulties it is important to retain motivation and meaning for acquiring both spoken, written or signed language.