[Michlib-l] Fwd: New Read Aloud Summer Campaign Materials

Mary J mary313franklin at gmail.com
Thu May 19 17:19:25 EDT 2016


Hi Folks,

For anyone that hasn't signed up here are more GREAT FREE resources about
how important it is to keep reading aloud in the summer.

Have a great afternoon!

Mary Jo Vortkamp
Franklin Branch of the Detroit Public Library
313-481-1741






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*From: *"Bob Robbins" <robbins.bob at readaloud.org>
*To: *mvortkamp at detroitpubliclibrary.org
*Sent: *Thursday, May 19, 2016 4:16:13 PM
*Subject: *New Read Aloud Summer Campaign Materials

[image: Read Aloud 15 Minutes]

Dear Mary Jo:

While school will soon be out, it is not the time for learning to stop.

   - For little ones, summer is filled with teachable moments and
   opportunities to read aloud.
   - For school age children, summer can be a dangerous slide that erodes
   knowledge built over the school year *or* summer can be a time to make
   gains in knowledge, stimulate imaginations and build enthusiasm for
   learning by reading and reading aloud.


*New Seize the Summer Campaign Materials*

Our new *Seize the Summer *campaign materials are now available in English
and Spanish in our Partner Toolkit
<http://www2.readaloud.org/e/23722/toolkit/3tphxp/1238142114>.  Two new
posters, a parent handout and a bookmark can be used by Franklin Branch
Library to help remind parents to read aloud every day and to take
advantage of the summer programs offered at their local public library.

Read Aloud is proud to partner with the Collaborative Summer Learning
Program <http://www2.readaloud.org/e/23722/2016-05-19/3tphxr/1238142114>
(CSLP) in promoting summer learning programs at libraries all across our
nation.  Please make a special effort to share our parent handout developed
with CSLP with the parents your organization reaches before the end of the
school year.  Libraries offer great summer programs for all ages!

*Coming Next Week*

We will be adding a new reading calendar and a black and white coloring
sheet designed for children to remind their parents and caregivers about
daily reading aloud.

Thank you for all you do to help the parents of children from birth to age
8 better understand the critical role they must play if their child is to
become a successful reader by 3rd grade and a successful learner for a
lifetime.

Best regards,

Bob Robbins, Executive Director
Read Aloud 15 MINUTES National Campaign
Email: robbins.bob at readaloud.org
<http://www2.readaloud.org/e/23722/2016-05-19/3tphxt/1238142114>

Click here
<http://www2.readaloud.org/webmail/23722/1238142114/749b970a38a7cb4c70586ad8d00112f6>
to view in browser.

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<http://www2.readaloud.org/unsubscribe/u/23722/749b970a38a7cb4c70586ad8d00112f6/1238142114>
to unsubscribe from all communications.


Read Aloud
P.O. Box 304
Alden, MI 49612



-- 
Mary Jo Vortkamp B.A. M.L.I.S.
Manager/Children's Librarian
Franklin Branch of the Detroit Public Library
13651 E. McNichols
Detroit, MI 48205
313-481-1741
Hours: M, W, S 10-6 T & Th 12-8



-- 
Mary Jo
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