National Partnership for Quality Afterschool Learning
A Resource Guide for Planning and Operating Afterschool Programs

Resource Description

This resource addresses the topic: Programming.

Fun Literacy Activities for After-School Programs (New)
Sue Edwards and Kathleen Martinez
Using the ideas presented in this resource, afterschool program facilitators can help students make their own books, draw a word family tree, and share stories with one another. The text also serves as a teaching guide for staff who may not be familiar with elements of language and developmental stages of reading. Each activity outlines roles, time, supplies needed, directions, purpose, and extra ideas. Seventy-two activities target all levels from emergent readers to independent readers (ages 5–14). Afterschool staff may enhance literacy in a fun and socially rewarding way using the activities in this book. (206 pages)
© 2004
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New Albany, OH 43054
Phone: 800-410-8780

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