Interviewee: That is a very nice G, Grecia. You find your name, Breon? Yes, okay.
The sign in is a great activity for the children because they see moms coming in and signing in in the morning, and so they always want to have a part in that, so they have a special table that they can sign their names.
Thank you, Breon.
They are able to identify their names.
All right. It's Harmony's turn. Can you find your name, Harmony?
Female Voice: Yeah.
They're able to follow print, so they are able to copy. It doesn't have to be exactly like it is on there. They're just encouraged to try.
Can you spell it for me, Harmony?
Female Voice: H A R M O N Y.
Interviewee: Great. Okay, Jaden and Jaden. There are two Jadens. Which one are you? How can you tell? Because it has an N, and the N is for your last name. Jaden, which one are you? This is Jaden N. Where's yours? Where's Jaden Z? Yes. All right.
You will see over a span of time that what was squiggles before begins to turn into letters, and the child is able to eventually write their name.