Creating Learning Centers for Family Literacy Night

Steward, Frances; Goff, Diana
January 2006
Illinois Reading Council Journal;Winter2006, Vol. 34 Issue 1, p54
The article focuses on activities that involved the creation of learning centers for family literacy. Some teachers who were enrolled in a university course on parent involvement planned two different parent workshops for children. The teachers discussed the standards and purposes for the activities. Excerpts of the planned activities are presented.


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