Celebrate International Literacy Day 2013

121350642Gift a book!
Read to a child!
Donate to a literacy organization!
Learn a new word!
Visit a library!

Literacy is a right and a foundation for lifelong learning, better well-being and livelihoods. As such it is a driver for sustainable and inclusive development.

“Literacy is much more than an educational priority – it is the ultimate investment in the future and the first step towards all the new forms of literacy required in the twenty-first century. We wish to see a century where every child is able to read and to use this skill to gain autonomy, ” Irina Bokova, UNESCO Director General.

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  1. Please take a look at the bilingual materials we have put together for your use in the classroom. They are designed for levels Pre-K to 5th, and present a different and fun way for kids to experience both English and Spanish.

    Whether your students are native Spanish speakers, or just trying to learn bilingualism from an early stage, these online tools will help them understand the nuances and differences of both languages.

    Take a moment to register for our free bilingual ebooks, and on-site activities. Allow us to become your bilingual assistance team!

  2. Please take a look at the bilingual materials we have put together for your use in the classroom. They are designed for levels Pre-K to 5th, and present a different and fun way for kids to experience both English and Spanish.

    Whether your students are native Spanish speakers, or just trying to learn bilingualism from an early stage, these tools will help them understand the nuances and differences of both languages.

    Take a moment to register for our free bilingual books, and on-site activities. Allow us to become your bilingual assistance team!

    Thanks!

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