Foundation for Early Learning's Mission
To find, fund, foster and promote best practices that support early learning and school readiness for all children, birth through age five. Learn more at www.earlylearning.org
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A post from our partner, Eileen Simmons of Everett Library, a member of the Early Learning Public Library Partnership.
I’ve been thinking about e-readers a lot lately—all those Kindles, Nooks, Sony Readers, and now iPads that seem to be taking over, if you believe Amazon’s report that they are now selling more e-books than hardbacks. As a librarian I’ve watched, with a… Continue
Posted on August 9, 2010 at 1:00pm
A post from our partner, Chris Skaugset of Longview Library, a member of the Early Learning Public Library Partnership. The Longview Library planned a Science Week as part of our “Make a Splash” summer reading program. One of the activities involved setting up a simple discovery center based on the Mother Goose Program’s Sink and Float science kit. We filled a large shallow tub with water and… Continue
Posted on July 28, 2010 at 12:00pm
Destacados que figuran abajo son libros en español seleccionado para los niños, el nacimiento hasta los cinco años. Un agradecimiento especial a CiKeitha Pugh en Seattle de la Biblioteca Central de la elaboración y la distribución de esta lista. Bibliotecas Públicas de Seattle es un miembro del Aprendizaje Temprano de la Biblioteca Pública de la Asociación.
Featured below are Spanish-language books selected for children, birth through age five. Special thanks to CiKeitha… Continue
Posted on July 16, 2010 at 7:00am — 1 Comment
Foundation for Early Learning is delighted to feature a guest blog post from Tim Ryan, a father and early learning professional.
What do we know about a man’s role in a child’s life? Foundation for Early Learning is focusing on the parent’s role as a child’s first teacher and I’d like to expand on what a father offers in terms of learning for their child and other… Continue
Posted on June 28, 2010 at 7:30am