LOGICO - The Learning Game LOGICO is ideal for independent learning activities. It is self-explanatory and easy-to-handle. LOGICO develops literacy and numeracy skills by drawing upon children`s natural curiosity to engage in discovery and independent learning task. The self-checking gives children a sense of success and a feeling of self-esteem. This motivates them and makes them look for further challenges. For every age group, there is the right LOGICO version.
One Story A Day by Kids for Kids has a wide range of tales in this anthology from talented young authors across seven Canadian provinces.
Recess in the Dark is a unique collection of poems that offers a new perspective on how students live in the Canadian North, complete with stunning illustrations of our country's natural beauty.
Best Reading Phonics — Short Vowels by Cathy Jackson is a reading program comprising of fun short stories, instructional guides, and educational activities that develop children’s reading abilities, word recognition, and vocabulary.
Learning through phonics helps children recognize and decode the sounds of the letters in the words they read. In fact, phonics reading is essential to improve spelling, comprehension, and reading fluency—not only speed but also accuracy.
[CANCELLED] Book Reading and Signing by author Kalli Dakos
We must regrettably cancel this event due to the current ongoing COVID-19 crisis.
Hazelton Manor Conference Centre, Bright Futures – Setting Foundations for Literacy
April 23, 8:30am to 4:30pm
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