Council: Yamaska Literacy Council
Type: Workshop: Creating a Learning Culture in the Home Series
Duration: 3 sessions, 3 hours each
Goals: To involve and inspire parents and caregivers to do reading and writing activities with their children.
Target: Parents/caregivers of children 0-7 years
Description: Participants will come away with fun ideas to help their children develop positive self-esteem and the skills necessary for success in reading and writing.
ACCESS TO READING helps caregivers understand how children learn to read and shows them ways to help their children experience success. Activities include finger plays and action rhymes, choosing books and reading aloud.
READING TO WRITE, WRITING TO READ looks at how children learn to write and provides caregivers with practical ideas and activities to support and encourage their children's writing. Activities include reading and writing games, writing a family story and making fold-a-books.
BUILDING SELF-ESTEEM looks at how children develop healthy self-esteem and explores how parents can help by encouraging positive communication patterns.
Partners: Elementary schools
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