Let the Reading Begin

​​How’s your week going so far, readers? In case you missed it, our latest issue has since been distributed to schools across Wisconsin and is also live and available to view online through our virtual flip book.
Here’s a sneak-peek at an article from the Sheboygan Falls school district:
Let the Reading Begin
School District of Sheboygan Falls
“Reading IS fundamental to academic success. A new effort aimed at preschoolers in the School District of Sheboygan Falls seeks to achieve that goal.
Launched by the Sheboygan Falls Memorial Library, 1000 Books Before Kindergarten is part of a national initiative designed to foster pre-literacy skills in young children. Although children generally learn to read after they start kindergarten, being exposed to books and especially having adults read to them helps get them ready to read on their own.
‘It’s huge for kids to see that pictures and letters have meaning,’ explained Beth Anzia, a literacy specialist at Sheboygan Falls Elementary School, who was one of the first to sign up with her own preschooler…”
Continue reading about the 1000 Books Before Kindergarten program (page 22), along with other fabulous articles, here: http://wwe.teachingtodaywi.com/TTWINov2016.html

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