Creating Literacy-Based Programs for Children: Lesson Plans and Printable Resources for K-5 (Paperback)R. Lynn Baker (author)
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defines literacy and reading skills by grade levels, in addition to information on other developmental stages;explains multiliteracies and connects them to programming practices;provides step-by-step program planning guides, arranged by grade level, which include book-based programs, clubs, makerspaces, afterschool/study programs, author/guest visits, family/all age programs, impromptu programming, and many others;offers STEAM-based programs which connect to science, technology, engineering, art, and mathematics;gives advice on collaborating effectively with school librarians and teachers to plan school field trips;addresses large event and summer reading program planning;shows how to program for children with special needs; andshares tips and suggestions for getting the word out through advocacy and marketing. Helping public libraries build outstanding programs from the ground up, this resource will prove valuable a tool for children's librarians and other programming staff.
Publisher: American Library Association
Number of pages: 176
Weight: 408 g
Dimensions: 279 x 216 x 15 mm