Honoring Dr. Seuss’ birthday….read to a child.
Do you want to learn a foreign language? Print, CDs and eAudio available at your library.
Reading aloud to children is vital because it helps them acquire the information and skills they need in life:
- Knowledge of printed letters and words, and the relationship between sound and print.
- The meaning of words.
- How books work, and a variety of writing styles.
- The world in which they live.
- The difference between written language and everyday conversation.
- The pleasure of reading.
Reading to young children promotes language acquisition and literacy development and, later on, achievement in reading comprehension and overall success in school.
The percentage of young children read aloud to daily by a family member is one indicator of how well young children are prepared for school.
February is Black History Month. For books on the subject go to our online catalog.
Research shows that reading aloud is the single most important thing you can do to help a child prepare for reading and learning.
Online story for children….http://tinyurl.com/Winter-is-the-warmest-season
All things Christmas: stories, crafts, food…