Family Literacy Day - Celebrate With Your Local Public Library
Saturday, January 27 is Family Literacy Day.
Public Libraries across Nova Scotia are celebrating Family Literacy Day with special programs and activities, and invite you and your families to join them.
Programs and activities include: family storytimes, author readings, puppet shows, music, songs, board games, lego, book displays, group story writing, storytelling, crafts, activity challenges, and more…
Simple and fun activities for all ages.
This year’s theme is “Learn at Play, Every Day!”. Visit the Family Literacy Day website for more information:
Contact your local public library to find out what’s happening in your community:
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- Family Literacy First – a free family literacy program
- 30 books your family can read together | CBC Books
- How to Choose Books for Children and Teens by Age
- 5 Reasons I Read Aloud to High School Students