Getting ready to learn how to read begins long before
children enter school. Pre-reading
skills begin developing at birth and continue through the toddler and preschool
years. Children who start school with
strong early literacy and pre-reading skills are more successful as readers and
These two workshops will introduce parents to the six
critical early literacy skills that children need before they learn how to
read. Each workshop will focus on the developmental stages of a specific age
group as well as age appropriate books and activities that help children
develop the skills. Parents will learn
how children build language and early literacy skills and many ways to easily
support that learning throughout their day.
Help your Child Get Ready to Read: Babies and Toddlers.
Information for parents of babies and toddlers. Saturday, October 17, 1:30-3:00 pm
Help your Child Get Ready to Read: 3s, 4s, and
5s. Information for parents of children ages 3 through 5. Monday, October 19, 6:30-8:30
These workshops are for Adults only please. No registration required.
Held upstairs in the meeting rooms.
Parents of Babies and Toddlers