Talk at home about…Children First!

School library programs everywhere aim to provide all children with access to quality learning resources and provide them with the skills they need to navigate those resources. One of the ways we do this is by giving students a variety of experiences to interact with quality literature.

photoYesterday, library classes participated in Jumpstart’s Read for the Record, a national campaign aimed at supporting literacy and early childhood education. We joined millions of other Americans in reading the book Otis by Loren Long. We read, listened, practiced our visual literacy and comprehension skills, and generally shared in a little Otis the Tractor love. Click here to learn more about this literacy campaign and it’s impacts on early childhood education. Here is Loren Long speaking about the campaign:

Here’s to putting our children first!

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