• CELLnotes are nontechnical descriptions of the findings from Center research synthese and include examples of evidence-based practice guides based on those finding.

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Volume 1

Child Interests – Learning Starts Here
CELLnotes, Volume 1, Number 1

I’m Interested!
CELLnotes, Volume 1, Number 2

Ordinary Activities and Not-So-Ordinary Outcomes
CELLnotes, Volume 1, Number 3

Early Literacy Learning Can Be Promoted Through Experiences with Print and Language

  • CELLnotes, Volume 1, Number 4


Volume 2

Let the Reading Begin…Early and Often!
CELLnotes, Volume 2, Number 1

Sharing Books with Little Ones Leads to Learning Gains
CELLnotes, Volume 2, Number 2

The Power of Exploring Books Together
CELLnotes, Volume 2, Number 3

What Do You Think Will Happen Next?
CELLnotes, Volume 2, Number 4

There Are Many “Positives” to Reading the Same Books and Telling the Same Stories Over and Over Again
CELLnotes, Volume 2, Number 5

The Power of Shared Reading
CELLnotes, Volume 2, Number 6

Children’s Active Participation in Reading and Storytelling Can Enhance Early Literacy Learning
CELLnotes, Volume 2, Number 7

Volume 3

Children’s Experiences With Nursery Rhymes Promote Early Phonological and Print-Related Skills Development
CELLnotes, Volume 3, Number 1

A Strong Correlation is Found Between the Experiences, Awareness, and Knowledge of Nursery Rhymes of Young Children With Disabilities and Their development of Literacy Skills
CELLnotes, Volume 3, Number 2

Volume 4

Increasing Infants’ Cooling and Babbling
CELLnotes, Volume 4, Number 1

Parentese…If You Please!
CELLnotes, Volume 4, Number 2

Encouraging Young Children to Retell Stories Enhances Their Language and Literacy Development
CELLnotes, Volume 4, Number 3

The Power of Assistive Technology
CELLnotes, Volume 4, Number 4

Volume 5

Get Movin’…and Make a Difference!
CELLnotes, Volume 5, Number 1

Something In The Way We Move…
CELLnotes, Volume 5, Number 2

Combining Manual Signs and Oral Speech Can Promote Language Production of Young Children With Disabilities
CELLnotes, Volume 5, Number 3

Volume 6

Scribbling and Mark Making: Promoting Infants’ and Toddlers’ Emergent Drawing Behavior
CELLnotes, Volume 6, Number 1

Opportunities to Use Hands and Fingers to Draw and Make Marks Are Important Early Literacy Learning Experiences
CELLnotes, Volume 6, Number 2

I’m Starting to Get the Feel of It!
CELLnotes, Volume 6, Number 3

On Your Mark!
CELLnotes, Volume 6, Number 4

Source: Center for Early literacy Learning : CELL

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