April Watch Parties at NCKLS



Why movement is part of early literacy skills development

Wed., April 9th from 12:00 – 1:00
Presented by Dr. Allison Kaplan

The ALSC early literacy initiative, “Every Child Ready to Read,” presents five practices: Talking, Singing, Reading, Writing, and Playing, as strategies for helping parents understand how to develop early literacy skills in their children. We tend to feel pretty comfortable with incorporating Talking, Singing, Reading, and Writing into storytime programming; but, what about Playing? In this webinar, participants will learn about the important role moving, playing instruments, and pretending have in helping children ages 0-4 develop early literacy skills and how to incorporate those into storytime programming.



Maker Programming for Kids: No Makerspace Required

Thur., April 24th from 1:00 – 2:00
Presented by Cindy Wall & Lynn Pawloski

Cindy Wall and Lynn Pawloski, two traditionally educated, but not traditionally centered children’s librarians introduce maker-based programming to librarians of all experience levels and tech-savviness. Maker, today’s DIY, encourages collaboration among participants regardless of library programming budget or designated Makerspace availability. The Maker Movement encompasses self-production of technology, crafts and more. In addition to a multitude of programming ideas, attendees will share a step-by-step, hands-on experience. Cindy and Lynn are co-authors of the upcoming The Maker Cookbook: Recipes for Youth Library Programs published by Libraries Unlimited.


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