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RaisingReadersMaine Dec 5
Read aloud tip #1: keep reading aloud even when your child starts Kindergarten.
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Bantaskin Nursery 18h
This learner explains why he chose to give the nativity book a thumbs up. We are continuing to evaluate our learning experiences using a thumbs up, thumbs down system.
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IREC Pre-K (Ms. P) 9h
Performing the "Reindeer Hokey Pokey" for our loving, enthusiastic crowd of families, friends, and community members at the Public Library this afternoon! Thank you !
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Vroom Dec 11
: Cut food into different sized pieces. Talk with your child about which pieces are bigger or smaller. Talking with your child is the best way to build communication skills. shares how children develop skills:
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Clermont County Public Library Dec 12
Congratulations, Peyton for reading 1000 Books Before Kindergarten! 👏
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Strong Start Dec 12
Foster your child's language at every age, and improve communication and comprehension, with these activities.
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Red Deer Public Library 11h
Some days all you need is a comfy chair and a good book to read 😉 These fun new chairs showed up at the Timberlands Branch this week!
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Children's Health Alliance of Wisconsin Dec 12
Make the most of the giving season by supporting and strong parent-child relationships! Donate to Reach Out and Read Wisconsin. All gifts are matched!
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Watervliet Library Dec 12
Stop by the library tomorrow for our Thursday morning Storytime!
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Lily Vishus Watters Dec 11
There is a lady on the train leaning down close to her kid so she can read to him without shouting out the Cars story to the whole train. Makes me equal parts delighted and nostalgic.
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Washington County Library Dec 11
This week's toddler storytime at Park Grove Library focused on the letter "P" and all the ways we can spread peace in our communities. Invite someone to play, comfort a friend in need, shovel the neighbors sidewalk, or even feed the birds, every action counts!
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PLA Dec 12
PLA is proud to announce the release of "Teaching Early Literacy to Teen Parents," a new publication available free to PLA members. It contains practical advice for looking to start or improve programming for teen parents.
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Carolyn Matson Dec 9
GREAT list of books - some old favourites and some new titles to explore. What would you add to this list? @ETFOAQKindergarten 20 Books Featuring Diverse Characters to Inspire Connection and Empathy
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All About Books, LLC 16h
Mo Willems brings together humor and fun illustrations that will delight and intrigue children who have just started to read on their own.
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St.Thomas Public Lib 18h
This is a great time of year to practice writing! Making cards by hand can help develop fine motor skills, too!
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Strong Start Dec 7
"Pop-ups are perfect for training kids’ imaginations to picture what’s happening in the story and getting them ready for a lifetime of richer reading experiences."
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Sarah Bates Paul 18h
Excited to add some of these titles to my little one's library! Instill a love of reading with great books...
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WonderFilled FDK Dec 12
Stencils and pencils and books, oh my! T: What ‘stories’ can we create? Stories have a beginning, then something happens, then ther is an ending. A picture on the cover gives a clue about the story.”
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Andrea Berger Dec 12
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Brentwood Public Library 16h
Visit the new play area in the Children’s Room! Check out our young patrons playing and learning.
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