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CONNECTING WITH FAMILIES

Family Involvement Research

Workshops for Families

Home Activities

Handouts for Families

Bookmarks

HOME ACTIVITIES

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Rhyming/Alliteration Cube
English pdf 1.2M Spanish pdf 1.2M

Rhyming/Alliteration Cube Pattern
pdf 52K


Routine Chart
English pdf 104K Spanish pdf 105K

Routine Chart Pictures

English-Spanish pdf 3.7M 


Wrist Ribbon
English pdf 346K Spanish pdf 345K

Write-On, Wipe-Off Plate

English pdf 267K Spanish pdf 286K

Families want to promote their child’s learning, but many families do not know appropriate activities. Providing families with simple, low cost activities that they can make is one way to encourage them to be positively involved in their child’s literacy development. The Make and Take Home Activities below are part of "The Literacy Connection at Home Curriculum." They can be used separately in a variety of ways:

  • Workshop Setting
  • Home Visit
  • Activities to Send Home

The best results occur when parents have the opportunity to make and practice using the activity appropriately before experiencing it with their child. Parents will then play with confidence.


Book Bin

English pdf 145K Spanish pdf 144K

Count Down Chain
English pdf 957K Spanish pdf 955K

Emotion Wheel
English  pdf 443K Spanish pdf 446K

Environmental Print Matching Game
English pdf 497K Spanish pdf 486K

Environmental Print Game Board

pdf 1.2M


Mini-Photo Book

English  pdf 302K Spanish pdf 317K

Mini-Photo Book Pictures
English-Spanish pdf 1.2M


Play Dough Activity Mat
English pdf 250K Spanish pdf 292K


  The Literacy Connection
 

Project Enlightenment • Wake County Public School System • Raleigh, North Carolina
The Literacy Connection program was initiated by an Early Reading First Grant funded
by the US Department of Education.

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The contents of this presentation were developed through a grant from the U.S. Department of Education;
however, the contents do not necessarily represent the policy of the Department of Education
nor endorsement by the Federal Government. Published 2007.

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