Bringing Literacy to Life
Bringing Literacy to Life is a free series of professional development workshops for early childhood educators to learn how to make their classroom activities literacy-rich, presented by PQAS-certified instructors. Participants will learn how reading, writing, singing, playing, and talking strengthen pre-literacy skills from birth to age five, and how to implement these skills in their classrooms. Each workshop will focus on one early literacy practice, and participants will receive PQAS credits. Visit pakeys.org to register for the workshop.
For more information, call The Free Library of Philadelphia Office of Public Service Support at 215-686-5372.
Storytimes are library programs for young children and their caregivers that use books, songs, rhymes and fingerplays to create literacy experience.
Books and Reading
Looking for the perfect book? From timeless classics to this year’s award winners, our children’s specialists have prepared lists of recommended books for you and your children.
Raise a reader! Prepare your children for success in school and a lifetime of reading by practicing the preliteracy skills at the library and at home.
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