Early Literacy Tip
Researchers have noted one of the six areas of early literacy to be print motivation. This means having an interest in and enjoy books. Children are more likely to have print motivation when they are involved with the story. As I share books today, you’ll see different ways you can keep your children interested as you read with them.
Books We Read
Join the Adult Discussion Group of Teen Literature on February 28 at 4pm to discuss "For the Win" by Cory Doctorow. This powerful story about teen professional gamers reads like today's news. Readers will gain insight about the struggle for internet control and its effect on the globalization of worker rights. There is here much to ponder on the role of digitization on 'bridging the divide' among first and third world countries. Refreshments will be served.
Sleeping through the night?
I am the mother of a 15-month-old daughter, Isabella. When she was 12 months old, my husband, Adam, and I sleep trained her. This is the culmination of months of research, reading several books, discussions with countless parents and caregivers, the application of various methods which invariably led to SUCCESS!
World Language Story Time
Explíquele a su hijo las cosas que está haciendo a medida que los están haciendo (por ejemplo, ¡Mira! estoy contestando el teléfono le permite ver quién es! "Cuanto más hable con su hijo, el más rico vocabulario de su hijo será.
Books We Read
I can sign My ABCs by Susan Gibbons ChaplinOso pardo, oso pardo, ¿qué ves ahi? by Eric Carle
Early Literacy TipExplain to your child the things you are doing as you are doing them (for example, Look! I am answering the phone lets see who it is!' The more you talk with your child, the richer your child's vocabulary will be.
Books We Read
Tomorrow February 8 starting at 3:30pm and ending at 5pm, all tween/teen Zombies are welcomed to the Palisades crypt. Moan, shiver, and shake singing zombie lyrics to hit tunes karaoke style. Come elegantly attired and make zombie accessories for your outfit. Move your severed body parts to Motown music while enjoying brain dead punch and fortifying pizza. Check out zombie literature and how to works. Leave with prizes and some parts of yourself.
The sounds of love are in the air. Take this quiz to find which epic work of fiction you should be reading this February. InstructionsChoose an answer for each question, and then find the letter that you choose the most. Your results will tell you which romantic love story you would most enjoy.
1. Your idea of a good date is:
Got the winter blahs? Palisades Library is showing the following romantic movies:Thursday, February 10, Room With a View; RThursday, February 17, Roman Holiday; not ratedThursday, February 24, An Affair to Remember; not ratedThursday, March 3, To Catch a Thief; not ratedThursday, March 10, To Have and Have Not; not ratedThursday, March 17, Pillow Talk; not ratedAll movies are free and begin at 4 pm. Light refreshments will be served.