EventsHow to Give Your Child a Smart Start: A Workshop for Parents and Caregivers

How to Give Your Child a Smart Start: A Workshop for Parents and Caregivers

2:00 PM – 3:00 PM
Harold Washington Library Center

Description

Give your baby a smart start! Maya Smart, author of Reading for Our Lives, will describe how reading unfolds from birth through the early elementary years and outline what caregivers can do to nurture it at each stage. You will leave armed with information about the six parent levers for literacy success, plus easy and research-based ways to nurture your child’s language and literacy development from the start. Chicago Public Library staff will facilitate an active play space for children and a caregiver before, during and after the presentation to demonstrate early literacy skills in action!

How to Attend
This event takes place in person. Masks are strongly encouraged in all CPL locations. Register by the start of the event. Chicago Public Library cannot collect personal information online from kids 0 to 13. A parent or guardian’s email address must be used to register. As a reminder, school email addresses may block external emails such as those from CPL.

Please include only the number of adults when you register. Questions about visiting the library? Check out our Using the Library FAQs.

Accessibility
Need sign language interpretation or other accessibility assistance for this event? Please call (312) 747-8184 or email access@chipublib.org to request accommodations. Requests must be made at least 14 business days before the event.

Suitable for:
Babies: 0 to 18 months
Toddlers: 18 to 36 months
Adults: 18 and up
Type:
Workshops
Language:
English

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