Building literacy, one LEGO block at a time

http://teentube.cz/?ertye=como-conocer-a-nuevas-personas-en-ingles&120=86 LEGO is a powerful tool for playful learning, especially when it comes to learning to read. We recently partnered with Care For Education to incorporate LEGO Duplo into our Book Boxes at schools and external partners. 

Celebrating our dedicated volunteers

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Sharing our love of libraries and storytelling during SA Library Week

frozen essence dating sim This year we celebrated South African Library Week and World Storytelling Day across the Western Cape and Gauteng with a number of exciting activities to motivate learners to visit their local library and get reading.

Volunteer Spotlight: Meet Sonia Sauls of Bridgeville Primary

follow My journey with help2read started in 2010 after I retired as an accountant. After returning from an overseas holiday, I came back refreshed and saw an advertisement in our local community newspaper, The Athlone News, in which help2read advertised for volunteers to assist children to read at local schools.

Setting our kids up for success in a 21st century world

http://www.arthotelvarese.it/?yutie=istruzioni-per-trading-on-line&3d1=89 Every week, our Volunteer Reading Helpers and Literacy Tutors sit down with learners in schools across the country for one-on-one reading sessions. The aim of these sessions: to help children learn to read. While the purpose of the weekly reading support might be simple, the ripple effect is hugely significant.

Reading Adventures: Engaging Children In Local Libraries through Reading Clubs

go to site Last week, we celebrated South African Library Week. The theme for this year’s Library Week, Libraries – The heart of the community, was truly apt and highlighted the vital role that libraries play in the communities that they serve.

help2read celebrates International Book Giving Day

binäre optionen erfolgreiche strategie On 14 February, we celebrated International Book Giving Day, commemorating the joy of giving and the treasure of owning a book. This year, we commemorated International Book Giving Day by gifting each learner on our programme with a brand new book. The day perfectly coincided with Valentine’s Day, and what better way for us to show love than by gifting books!

help2read launches reading help programme at Claremont Primary School, Johannesburg

http://winevault.ca/?perex=altri-veicoli-opzioni-binarie-trentino-alto-adige-italia help2read recently welcomed Claremont Primary School in the south of Johannesburg as a new partner school for the Volunteer Reading Help Programme to assist struggling learners to improve their reading.

Our Johannesburg Team Is Growing

go site 2018 has brought some exciting changes at the Johannesburg office with the addition of four, yes, four new staff members. We are also delighted to now be fully underway with activities in Diepsloot and that the schools we are serving with our reading help model are multiplying. 2018 is the year we are taking on our greens and growing!

Expansion, growth and development in our Literacy Tutor Programme

soap stars dating real life We are delighted to introduce you to our new Literacy Tutors for 2018! These young men and women have embarked on a year-long journey that will not only equip them personally and professionally, but will also see them impact their communities by providing one-on-one reading support to learners at disadvantaged, overcrowded schools.