Early Literacy

#Literacytip: Library Cards for Kids

Did you know that children of any age can have their very own library card with the TNRL.  What better way to encourage young children to take charge of their reading than to give them the tools?

#Literacytip: Building a Book Lover

Inspiring children to love reading sometimes takes some work. Check out these tips for building a book lover!

Literacy Tip: Playing with the Alphabet

Creating the alphabet with playdoh is a classic literacy exercise for young child. Check out this fun (and educational) activity!

#Literacytip: Your Emergency Literacy Toolbox

Children often get bored, tired, or too energetic to sit still while grown ups are doing grown up things. Keep learning and entertainment at your child’s fingertips using these literacy activities!

#Literacytip: Sounds and Syllables

Learning to read is not an easy task. Here are some tips for teaching young children phonological and phonemic awareness. These are two of the tools they need to read independently!

Active Play: Anytime Obstacle Course

Obstacle courses are a fun way to get kids moving, exploring, and experimenting with the limits of their own bodies. So many skills can be wrapped into one activity and one obstacle course can be adapted for a myriad of ages and abilities.

#Literacytip: Learning at the Grocery Store

Grocery stores are the perfect place for learning. There are countless opportunities for kids to learn new concepts and practice old ones – all while getting the weekly shopping done!

Early Literacy Kits

Our Early Literacy Kits are designed to help parents, guardians, and childcare providers support their children’s early literacy through meaningful interactions.

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