Ready to Read Michigan
The libraries of the Early Childhood Literacy Coalition are hosting Ready to Read Michigan workshops this Fall for early childcare providers. All types of early childhood service providers are welcome, including administration, center based staff, group home providers, family providers, license-exempt providers, and school staff. There is no cost to attend.
Building on the strengths and experiences of early childhood care providers, these fun workshops explore practical strategies for using songs, rhymes, and books with the children in their care in order to build and strengthen early literacy skills. Youth services librarians will share their knowledge and love of books and rhymes, to help care providers expand their offerings. Participants will receive handouts and materials to take away, courtesy of the libraries and WKAR.
One-Day Full Workshop - CANCELLED
Growing Early Literacy Skills Through Songs, Rhymes & Books
Saturday, Sept. 9
9:30 am-1 pm (including snack break)
Growing Early Literacy Skills Through:
Songs & Rhymes: Wednesday, Sept. 27 (MiRegistry #133024)
Books: Wednesday, Oct. 4 (MiRegistry #133025)
6:30 pm-8 pm
2 hours/credits/CEUs (per session)
All workshops will be held at the Delta Township District Library (Elmwood Room), 5130 Davenport Drive, Lansing.
Workshops are eligible for SCECHs. Register at miregistry.org.
Not on MiRegistry? Register here to attend.
For more information, call 517-816-8248 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Early Childhood Literacy Coalition (ECLC) is a committee made of many of the greater Lansing area's literacy, education and early childhood agencies that collaborates to promote early literacy across Clinton, Eaton & Ingham counties. Members include: Bath Township Public Library, Briggs District Library, CACS Head Start, Capital Area District Libraries, Clinton Great Start, Delta Township District Library, DeWitt District Library, East Lansing Public Library, Eaton Great Start, Grand Ledge Area District Library, Ingham Great Start, Library of Michigan, and WKAR.