Early Learning through Play: Library Programming for Diverse Communities

by
Kristin Grabarekauthor
Mary R. Lanniauthor
Early Learning through Play: Library Programming for Diverse Communities

20190331

Libraries Unlimited

Pages 180
Topics Children's and Young Adult Programs: Reading Promotion and Literacy;Librarian's Instructional Role: Teaching Resources, K-12;Budgeting;Caregivers;Community Engagement;Diversity;Every Child Ready to Read;Inclusion;Language Barriers;Motor Skills;STEM

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Early Learning through Play: Library Programming for Diverse Communities

Author(s): Grabarek, Kristin; Lanni, Mary;
Contributors: Grabarek, Kristin; Lanni, Mary;
Abstract:

This creative guidebook teaches librarians in diverse communities how to develop and implement early learning programming beyond traditional storytimes.


• Connects library programs to parents' desire for children to begin formal learning at an early age

• Offers a blueprint for making play a sustainable early-learning program series for budgets big and small

• Includes ideas for making early learning activities relevant to the six early literacy skills in a public library setting

• Emphasizes how library programming can support early childhood development and prepare children for success in kindergarten and beyond

• Shares tips for marketing the program to parents and caregivers

SortTitle: early learning through play: library programming for diverse communities
Keyword(s): Children's and Young Adult Programs: Reading Promotion and Literacy; Librarian's Instructional Role: Teaching Resources, K-12; Budgeting; Caregivers; Community Engagement; Diversity; Every Child Ready to Read; Inclusion; Language Barriers; Motor Skills; STEM
Author Info:
Kristin Grabarekauthor
Mary R. Lanniauthor
eISBN-13: 9781440865831
Cover Image URL: ~~FreeAttachments/9781440865831.jpg
Print ISBN-13: 9781440865824
Imprint: Libraries Unlimited
Pages: 180
Publication Date: 20190331