New in the Decoda Library! January 2021

Borrow new resources! The Decoda Literacy Library continuously adds titles to the collection. Here’s a sample of the latest additions.

Acting out! : avoid behavior challenges with active learning games and activities

Calm not busy

Creating diversity-rich environments for young children

If you want to visit a sea garden

Killer heat – an Anna Sweet mystery

Kindercoding unplugged : screen-free activities for beginners

Meet Willie O’Ree – a Scholastic Canada biography

Missing Nimâmâ – winner of the 2017 Golden Oak Award, chosen by adult new readers

More than letters: literacy activities for preschool and Kindergarten and first grade – more than 260 hands-on, play-based activities

Overcoming dyslexia: a major update and revision of the essential program for reading problems at any level, incorporating the latest breakthroughs in science, education methods, technology, and legal accommodations – a new, revised edition of a classic

Power of place: authentic learning through place-based education

Too close to home an Anna Sweet mystery

Working for myself series – We blogged about this earlier.

The Decoda Library is open to all adults in BC. We will mail the loans to you for free. Register to borrow.

To request any of the new titles, email library@decoda.ca.

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