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Parental involvement has been seen as an integral component in a child's success and the way teachers design their lessons integrate the essentials of literacy. This study explored activities parents undertake to teach their children how to read and the activities teachers design to promote literacy. The activities were correlated with the students' performance in letter-recognition tasks. Results revealed that parents are aware of their roles in literacy development and are implementingdoi:10.5861/ijrse.2014.696 fatcat:sby56uo7obdmheds6msdibxi6i