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Story Time Reads May 20

Early Literacy TipBy pointing out the words in the pictures, you help your child develop print awareness. When you are out and about, be sure to talk about the signs you see around you.Books We Read

Story Time Reads June 16

Early Literacy TipMaking book sharing times enjoyable times helps to develop your child’s print motivation, enjoyment of books and reading. Research shows that children who have had enjoyable experiences around books are more likely to stick with learning to read, when that time comes.Books We Read

Story Time Reads May 6

Early Literacy TipThis simple story has signs that support the early literacy skill called print awareness, helping your child understand that print has meaning. As you go around your day, point out signs to your children. When your children notice logos on gas stations, stores or restaurants, this is the beginning of print awareness.Books We Read

Story Time Reads May 3

Early Literacy Tip:Naming the letters and pointing to them is a first step to developing your child’s letter knowledge, one of the six early literacy skills. Remember to keep it enjoyable and stop when your child has had enough. No need to quiz your child on the letters, just expose them to the letters.Books We Read:The Deep Blue Sea: A Book of Colorsby Audrey Wood

Author Talk

Shaman on His New Book About the World Bank

     

Music and Movement Canceled

The Music and Movement program is cancelled permanently.Sorry for the inconvenience. 

Meet the Author

Mark Greek to speak on his new book on the civil rights movement and struggle for home rule in D.C.

   

Erin's Latest Pick

"Marcelo in the Real World" by Fransisco X. Stork

  From Marcelo in the Real World:

Big Read Book Discussion

Monday, May 10, 7 p.m.

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