Family Literacy Program
Family Literacy @ Home at the Y
Calling all Families with K-6th graders! This month, we will discover an array of topics that portray the Y's March Value, freedom. We will explore different elements of freedom from learning about historical figures to reading about how characters feel when they are free to be themselves and even the freedom of nature. Children will develop comprehension skills as we discuss stories, create poems, and letters.
Family Literacy @ Home will be an opportunity to grow a love of reading together! Join us on Tuesday's beginning March 9th from 6:00 - 6:45 p.m.
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For more information, email Sasha Bueno, email@example.com.
The Family Literacy program consists of interactive workshops where the whole family can discover exciting books together, work on creative projects, and learn games that build language and literacy skills. Our program is designed to improve the educational and economic opportunities of the children by:
- Helping children reach their full potentional as learners;
- Providing literacy skills for their parents;
- Helping parents become full partners in the education of their children;
- Encourage of love of literacy.
For more information, contact Katherine Higuera-McCoy at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Y's Family Literacy is generously funded by The Brooke Jackman Foundation.