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  1. Events

    Fall 2018 Community Playgroups

    Registration is now open for the fall session of Cambridge Community Playgroups.  Playgroups meet weekly for 6-8 weeks starting in mid October.   Children and their moms, dads or caregivers attend and get to play and learn together through songs, books, and fun activities. Playgroups are held in different locations around the city.  There are […]

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  2. Literacy Development

    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. Books

    September Festivals 2018

    September is a busy month in Cambridge with a number of fun fall festivals to attend.  Let’s Talk! will be giving out free children’s books at these events! *Port Community Pride Day, September 8th from 12-4 p.m., Clement Morgan Park. Info: PortCommunityPrideDayFlyer2018 *Danehy Park Family Day, September 15th from 11-4 p.m., Danehy Park. Info: Danehy Park Family Day […]

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  4. Book Bike

    Cambridge Book Bike 2018

    Let’s Move, Let’s Eat, Let’s Read! Cambridge Book Bike is ready for it’s fifth year! The Book Bike will be at 5 parks from July 9 to August 10th, 11:30 to 12:30 p.m.  Cambridge children of all ages can pick a free book, do a craft, get a free lunch and hear stories read aloud. Mondays: Greene-Rose Heritage […]

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  5. Events

    25th Annual Hoops ‘n’ Health!

    The Men’s Health League, in partnership with the Men of Color Task Force, is hosting the 25th annual Hoops ‘N’ Health sports tournament and health fair on Saturday, June 16 at Hoyt Field in Cambridge. This year’s Hoops ‘N’ Health will feature basketball and flag football tournaments, an “Ask a Health Care Provider” table and health […]

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  6. Playgroups

    Spring 2018 Community Playgroups

    Registration is now open for the spring session of Cambridge Community Playgroups.  Playgroups meet weekly for 7-8 weeks starting in April.   Children and their moms, dads or caregivers attend and get to play and learn together through songs, books, and fun activities. Playgroups are held in different locations around the city.  There are three groups […]

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  7. Literacy Development

    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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  8. Playgroups

    Winter 2018 Community Playgroups

    Registration is now open for the winter session of Cambridge Community Playgroups.  Playgroups meet weekly for 7-8 weeks starting in January.   Children and their moms, dads or caregivers attend and get to play and learn together through songs, books, and fun activities. Playgroups are held in different locations around the city.  There are three groups […]

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  9. Events

    Family Literacy Fun Day 2017

    Join us on Saturday, November 4th for the 21st Annual Cambridge Family Literacy Fun Day, which kicks off National Family Literacy Month (November).   2017 FLFD FLyer This free event will take place at Cambridge City Hall from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., and is open to all Cambridge families with children in pre-K through grade 3. The […]

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  10. Resources

    Creating Play Boxes

    TRUCE (Teachers Resisting Unhealthy Children’s Entertainment) created a handout for parents about how to make Play Boxes for their children. Play Boxes contain “collections of small, familiar, inexpensive items that are organized around a play theme and are presented in an appealing way”. There are suggestions for 13 different boxes from first aid or office to […]

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