Literacy Development

  1. Managing Screen-Time Workshops, Spring 2019

    Join us for Managing Screen-Time with Young Children: A 2-part Series for Cambridge Dads and Moms with Children Birth to 5 Years We live in a world filled with screens that is constantly changing. How do we help our children navigate it in a positive way? Learn concrete strategies and resources to help. Share your […]

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  2. Early Literacy Parent Workshop Series, Fall 2018

    Join us for a six-part series –  Early Literacy Development:  Dads and Moms Make a Difference! Learn concrete strategies to support your child’s language and literacy development (birth to four years). Share your successes and challenges with other Cambridge Dads and Moms. Topics include talking, reading, managing screen time, early math, science and storytelling. Free books and […]

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  3. Creating Play Boxes for Children

    Play Boxes contain collections of small, familiar, inexpensive items that are organized around a play theme and are presented in an appealing way.  They are ideal for rainy days, sick days, play dates, when a child needs a break from screens or when “bored” and looking for something fun to do. They make great gifts too! […]

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  4. Early Literacy Parent Workshop Series, Fall 2017

    Join us for a five-part series –  Early Literacy Development:  Dads and Moms Make a Difference! Learn concrete strategies to support your child’s language and literacy development (birth to four years). Share your successes and challenges with other Cambridge Dads and Moms. Topics include talking, reading, managing screen time, early math and storytelling. Free books and giveaways! […]

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  5. Pathways Photo Voice Project

                                        For more information about Pathways to Family Success Program, contact Beth McGinn, emcginn@challiance.org, 617-665-3827.

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  6. Early Literacy Parent Workshop Series, Winter 2017

    Cambridge moms and dads with children birth to 4 years: Join us for a four-part series –  Early Literacy Development:  Dads and Moms Make a Difference! Learn concrete strategies to support your child’s language and literacy development. Share your successes and challenges with other Dads and Moms. Topics include talking, reading, managing screen time, and storytelling. […]

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  7. Parent Workshop Series – Early Literacy

    Join us for a four-part series –  Early Literacy Development:  Dads and Moms Make a Difference! Learn concrete strategies to support your child’s language and literacy development (birth to four years). Share your successes and challenges with other Dads and Moms. Topics include talking, reading, managing screen time, and storytelling. Free books and giveaways! Thursdays, October 13, October […]

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  8. Parent Workshops-Early Literacy Development

    Join us for a four-part series for Cambridge parents: Early Literacy Development:  Dads and Moms Make a Difference! Learn concrete strategies to support your child’s language and literacy development (birth to four years). Share your successes and challenges with other Dads and Moms. Topics include talking, reading, managing screen time and storytelling. Free books and giveaways! Flyer: Early […]

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  9. Parent Workshops-Early Literacy Development

    Join us for a three-part series –  Early Literacy Development:  Dads and Moms Make a Difference! Learn concrete strategies to support your child’s language and literacy development (birth to four years). Share your successes and challenges with other Dads and Moms. Topics include talking, reading, and managing screen time. Free books and giveaways! Tuesdays, October 6, October 20 […]

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  10. Supporting Early Math Development

    Math for young children consists of three areas:  counting, shapes and patterns.   By taking opportunities during everyday activities to count up and down, notice patterns and play with shapes, parents and caregivers are helping children get the foundation they need in order to start school and learn addition/subtraction, algebra, and geometry. Math is everywhere […]

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