We are celebrating Family Literacy Day with a Contest!
Family literacy can be broadly defined as the way parents, children and extended family members use literacy at home, at work, at school and in their community, and how families learn together in these contexts. It includes learning at all ages!
To celebrate Family Literacy Day (January 27, 2012) in BC, we’re giving away three sets of books, each for a different age or purpose: children, young adults and family literacy practitioners.
If you are in BC*, you can enter to win one of three book prize packages:
Prize package 1:
National Geographic: Animal and Science books for young readers
» A range of picture books, posters and learning books by National Geographic. Beautiful images illustrate facts about animals, science, and the world. For young readers grades K-3.
Prize package 2:
The Salt Trilogy for young adults: Salt, Gool and The Limping Man
By Maurice Gee. Orca Books, 2008.
» A set of three compelling novels about anger and moral development that explore the evils of colonialism and racism. For young adult audiences. Kindly provided by Orca Book Publishers.
Prize package 3:
LEAP BC™ materials for Family Literacy programs and practitioners
From Decoda Literacy Solutions and 2010 Legacies Now, 2010.
» A set of resources that promote healthy child development and integrate Literacy, Education, Activity and Play. They are designed for families, caregivers and early learning practitioners who engage with young children. Provided by Decoda Literacy Solutions and LEAP BC™.
To enter, comment on this blog or email us atto tell us what you’re doing to celebrate Family Literacy Day next week, or which prize package you’d like to win…
*The contest is open to anyone in BC: literacy professionals, teachers, tutors, volunteers, learners, parents, students and anyone who is interested and lives or works in BC…