This guidebook contains helpful information about adult literacy programs, including volunteer tutor programs. It includes: • Information on tutor training • Tips for volunteer management • An evaluation tool appropriate for all adult literacy programs
This is a list of literacy-related dates to remember in the calendar year.
Reading together is a special time for families! It’s a shared experience that preschoolers enjoy. And, it helps set the stage for learning to read. Here are some ideas for things you can read together.
Reading together is a special time for families. It’s a shared experience that toddlers enjoy. And reading together is a great way to learn that reading is fun. Here are some ideas for things you can read together.
When do you start reading to babies? It’s never too early to start. Babies enjoy hearing you read. And, it’s helping them learn, even when they don’t know all the words. Here are some ideas for things you can read together.
Reading together with family is a child’s first introduction to reading. Children like it when their families read with them, even when children can read on their own. Reading together connects children to the people they love and more. This backgrounder includes information on what children learn when someone reads to them and tips for… Keep reading
Children enjoy making things. When they’re making, they’re learning and having fun. When children have the time, tools and materials to make things, they learn to solve problems, be creative, communicate and much more!
Babies learn by playing with you. When you talk, sing, read and cuddle with them, you support their healthy development. Here are some ideas for things you can make together.
Toddlers have fun making things. And, they’re learning at the same time. Making things with you helps them learn even more. Here are some ideas for things you can make together.
Preschoolers have fun making things. And, they’re learning at the same time. Making things with you helps them learn even more. Here are some ideas for things you can make together.
Making things together with your child is fun and helps them learn. Here are some things you can make together with paper. There is also a version for printing that displays the URLs.
This concise introduction to family literacy programs in BC is desgned for those who are: • wondering what’s involved in family literacy programs, • developing a new family literacy program, or • looking for a tool to help describe or reflect on family literacy program work.