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NCFL 2h
Calling educators, librarians, family literacy staff, researchers and policymakers! The Call for Proposals to present at has opened. Share your best practices in , , and :
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abclifeliteracy 2h
5 reasons to start reading to your baby - a great article just in time for
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ILA Dec 28
Detroit is piloting a program to promote as a way of improving .
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ILA Jan 10
January 27 is in Canada. How do you support and getting students’ families involved in their education?
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abclifeliteracy Jan 5
tip: Choose a book to read as a family, then watch the movie together in your PJs. Talk about what you liked from the book and the movie (and don't forget, lots of popcorn). Find more activity ideas here:
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FULL Campaign Jan 5
Snow days are perfect for staying warm and reading with your child. For a fun snowy story, 's librarian recommends Sneezy the Snowman. Check out their book review:
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Latino Literacy Jan 18
Best to provide books that parents can relate to and can read. Equally important for kids to relate to the story.
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FULL Campaign Jan 18
Interesting article about the importance of men reading to their kids, and the advice can be useful to women and other caregivers too!
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María Arroyo Jan 8
Cozy Pajama Storytime, feeding penguins, and eating healthy snacks.
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Family and Community Jan 18
Thank you , for supporting our families
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AuthorsBooking Jan 17
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Barbara Reid Jan 3
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María Arroyo Dec 5
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Allie Jan 18
Heading over too this afternoon for kickoff assembly, gotta test out a few book jokes!! "Why does an elephant use his trunk as a bookmark? So he always nose where he stopped reading." BA-DUM-BUM-CHSH
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abclifeliteracy Jan 9
Reading together every day is one of the best things you can do for your child at any age.
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Literacy Nova Scotia Jan 9
is January 27, 2018. By to children & engaging in activities, parents are actively keeping their own skills sharp while at the same time strengthening family relationships, which encourages .
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Bellmoore 22h
READ anything, anytime,anywhere! How will Bellmoore’s families be celebrating? Tweet us a picture or share details about.... *a family literacy event *a favourite family story *literacy “in action”
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Lori Lite 19h
RT : Have you ever wondered how to make those ordinary daily routines with your little ones extraordinary? It's easy!
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MRPM Literacy Jan 19
Is the rain getting you down? Why not see it as the ideal excuse to stay home and read? Or play board games? Or do some batch-cooking with your family or neighbours?
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AuthorsBooking Jan 19
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