La lectura en el hogar – Programa de apoyo para padres (Literacy at Home — Parent Support Program)

La lectura en el hogar – Programa de apoyo para padres (Literacy at Home — Parent Support Program)

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Dec/Thu/2018 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
-Pawling Elementary School-
Address: 7 Haight Street Pawling, NY 12564

Jueves, 13 de diciembre, 6:00 - 7:00 pm Escuela Primaria de Pawling - en la biblioteca 7 Haight Street Pawling, NY
Habrá picaderas y cuido de niño gratis. 
Con las maestras Mrs. Boutros y Inginia Del Rosario.
Fecha de nieve: 19 de diciembre, 6:00 - 7:00 pm

Este programa es más relevante para los padres y cuidadores de niños en la escuela primaria y para los padres y cuidadores quienes desean ayudar a sus hijos con la lectura aunqué no hablan inglés con fluidez.

Los padres son el primer educador de un niño.Las investigaciones muestran que cuando los niños/as leen en su casa en su idioma natal, ellos/as pueden aprender el segundo idioma más  rápido. Este taller ofrece oportunidades para que las familias se reúnan para aprender algunas maneras en que se pudieran seguir ayudando a sus hijos con las prácticas de la lectura en el hogar.

Para más información: (845) 855-4645 (Michelle Rivas)   ----   (845) 855-3444 (Neena McBaer)

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Thursday, 12/13, 6:00 - 7:00 pm -- Pawling Elementary School - in the library, 7 Haight Street Pawling, NY
Snacks and childcare will be provided 
With teachers Mrs. Boutros and Inginia Del Rosario.
Snow date: 12/19, 6:00 - Pawling Elementary School - The program would only be held on this date if snow prevented us from holding it on 12/13.

Parents are a child’s first educator. Research shows that literacy practices at home by families are more important to a student's success than a family's education or income. This workshop is designed to provide opportunities for families to come together to learn ways they can continue helping their children with literacy practices at home. The presenters are fluent in both English and Spanish and will lead the program bilingually. This program is most relevant for parents and caregivers of children in Elementary school and parents and caregivers who are not fluent in English but want to provide their children with literacy support.

For more information, call 845-855-3444 (Neena McBaer) or 845-855-4645 (Michelle Rivas)

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