Family Literacy Day 2022

Join in the activities virtually for a day filled with fun for the whole family.

Let's Celebrate Family Literacy Day!

Family Literacy Day takes place every year on January 27th to highlight the importance of participating in reading and literacy based…

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This year, Family Literacy Day is going virtual! We have a whole day of fun and engaging literacy activities planned that support your child's education.

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Reading Lists

Reading lists for kids, also books for parents on how to teach kids literacy skills.

Storytime videos

Videos to watch again and again.

Storytimes

Storytimes

Storytimes

STEAM videos

Discover and learn concepts in science, technology, engineering, arts and math through hands-on activities based on the Ontario school curriculum.

How to Make an Ocean in a Bottle

How to Make Ice Cream at Home

How to Make a Kite

How to make a mobile sculpture

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Digital Resources

Here's help finding what to read, watch or listen to next.

Additional Resources

Looking for additional help? Check out these curated resources that our staff have put together for you.

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Financial Literacy Resources

Financial Literacy Resources

Check out these resources to introduce financial literacy to your child!

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Parents Supporting Children with Early Literacy

Parents Supporting Children with Early Literacy

This resource provides early literacy activities to support your child in learning about letters/sounds, rhyme and vocabulary.

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Reading and Writing Activities

Reading and Writing Activities

Checkout this resource to learn about different strategies to support children in their early years to Grade 6 with reading and writing!

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Helping Your Child with Reading

Supporting Your Kids with Reading and Writing

A guide for parents to support your child with reading and writing.

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Educational Literacy Games

Educational Literacy Games

This website offers a wide selection of educational games for children to practise their literacy skills.
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