Ready to Read Early Literacy Caregiver Training Course
A Ready to Read two-hour online course covering foundations of early literacy is available for daycare providers, early educators, caregivers and parents. It is free. Two continuing education credits and a certificate are available upon successful completion of this 6 module course.
- Module 1 (updated 3/5/19)
- Module 2 (updated 3/5/19)
- Module 3 (updated 3/5/19)
- Module 4 (updated 3/5/19)
- Module 5 (updated 3/5/19)
For more information about the local program, contact Youth Services Librarian Jennifer (Jenny) Stadler via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at the Clara Mounce Library at (979) 209-5600.
For more information on the Ready to Read @ Your Library campaign, developed by Association of Library Services to Children and the Public Library Association, go to http://www.everychildreadytoread.org/.
The early literacy programming also includes a series of year-round fun family story-time classes for children and caregivers. The BCS Library’s Early Literacy Program covers the six foundational skills essential for reading readiness in children 0-6 using puppets, songs, stories and crafts:
- Print motivation
- Print and sound awareness
- Letter/sound correspondence
- Narrative skills
- Letter identification
For more information, visit the Children’s page, or contact Youth Services Librarian Jennifer (Jenny) Stadler via email at email@example.com or by phone at the Clara Mounce Library at (979) 209-5600.