What: Join us for a look into Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs), which have a tremendous impact of future violence, victimization and perpetration, and lifelong health and opportunity. Working together we can help create neighborhoods, communities, and a world in which every child can thrive. Presented by Monica Murnan. Free childcare and hot dogs provided! When:
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What: Stories and activities for families with children ages 0-5 yrs. When: 10 to 10:45 a.m. Wednesday, June 5 Where: Iola Public Library 218 E Madison Contact: 620-365-3262
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6x6 Skills: Have Fun with Books We all know that children want to play and have fun. If we want them to learn to read, we have to make books and reading playful and fun, too. If your child enjoys books and is interested in them, they will want
6x6 Skills: Notice Print All Around You A key skill in learning to read is to understand that words have meanings – not just in books, but everywhere you see them. Experts call this print awareness, and it includes understanding how a book works. Your child will develop this
6x6 Skills: Take Time to Rhyme, Sing and Play Word Games Children love to play, and rhyming and singing are like playing with sounds and words. When we sing, we break the words up into syllables. Understanding how words are broken up is one of the skills your child
6x6 Skills: Talk, Talk, Talk Always talk to your child (about anything!), even when they don’t understand. The more words a child hears, the larger their vocabulary will eventually be – and that is very helpful in learning to read. Not only that, but research says that children with
6x6 Skills: Tell Stories about Everything Children learn from stories, and reading stories to your child will help their language skills, teach them new words, and help them understand the world around them. Before children learn to read, they should know that stories have a beginning, a middle and