• "Every Child Ready to Read" in Storytimes - Kent District Library, Kentwood Branch Date:  March 20, 2017  Time:  09:00 AM - 04:00 PM Description:

    The Library of Michigan is in the middle of a two-year Every Child Ready to Read (ECRR) initiative for Michigan libraries. Teaching parents and other caregivers how to support the early literacy development of their children is the basis of the program. Talking, Singing, Reading, Writing and Playing are the 5 practices of ECRR and the program encourages librarians, parents and caregivers to use those elements in their interactions with young children.

    In this 2nd round of ECRR workshops with Sue McCleaf Nespeca, Kid Lit Plus Consulting, participants can expect a short review of the ECRR terminology and the parent workshops before diving into storytime planning and how to implement ECRR in storytimes and other early literacy programming.

  • "Every Child Ready to Read" in Storytimes - Plymouth Distric Library Date:  March 21, 2017  Time:  09:00 AM - 04:00 PM Description:

    The Library of Michigan is in the middle of a two-year Every Child Ready to Read (ECRR) initiative for Michigan libraries. Teaching parents and other caregivers how to support the early literacy development of their children is the basis of the program. Talking, Singing, Reading, Writing and Playing are the 5 practices of ECRR and the program encourages librarians, parents and caregivers to use those elements in their interactions with young children.

    In this 2nd round of ECRR workshops with Sue McCleaf Nespeca, Kid Lit Plus Consulting, participants can expect a short review of the ECRR terminology and the parent workshops before diving into storytime planning and how to implement ECRR in storytimes and other early literacy programming.

  • "Every Child Ready to Read" in Storytimes - Bay County Library System, Alice & Jack Wirt Public Library Date:  March 22, 2017  Time:  09:00 AM - 04:00 PM Description:

    The Library of Michigan is in the middle of a two-year Every Child Ready to Read (ECRR) initiative for Michigan libraries. Teaching parents and other caregivers how to support the early literacy development of their children is the basis of the program. Talking, Singing, Reading, Writing and Playing are the 5 practices of ECRR and the program encourages librarians, parents and caregivers to use those elements in their interactions with young children.

    In this 2nd round of ECRR workshops with Sue McCleaf Nespeca, Kid Lit Plus Consulting, participants can expect a short review of the ECRR terminology and the parent workshops before diving into storytime planning and how to implement ECRR in storytimes and other early literacy programming.

  • "Every Child Ready to Read" in Storytimes - Landmark Inn, Marquette Date:  March 24, 2017  Time:  09:00 AM - 04:00 PM Description:

    The Library of Michigan is in the middle of a two-year Every Child Ready to Read (ECRR) initiative for Michigan libraries. Teaching parents and other caregivers how to support the early literacy development of their children is the basis of the program. Talking, Singing, Reading, Writing and Playing are the 5 practices of ECRR and the program encourages librarians, parents and caregivers to use those elements in their interactions with young children.

    In this 2nd round of ECRR workshops with Sue McCleaf Nespeca, Kid Lit Plus Consulting, participants can expect a short review of the ECRR terminology and the parent workshops before diving into storytime planning and how to implement ECRR in storytimes and other early literacy programming.