Early Literacy Tips for Parents and Caregivers
You've got this! You are already nurturing your baby, empowering your little one to set the world on fire! We have brought together some recommended resources that might make it easier to enhance your child's experiences with early literacy.
- Shaler Library Kids
- Library Catalog
- 1000 Books Before Kindergarten at Shaler
- eBooks and More
- Program Calendar
- Shaler Library Television
- Fred Rogers Center
- Healthy Children
- Zero to Three
- WQED Education
- Programs and Classes for Birth through Sixth Grade
- Cooperative Children's Book Center Book Shelf
- American Library Association Great Sites for Parents, Teachers and Caregivers
Every Child Ready to Read 2022 Early Literacy Workshops
Dear Parents and Caregivers,
Your little one begins to learn at birth, and you are already doing a great job! The Shaler North Hills Library is committed to providing you with the tools you need to raise a reader! There are five early literacy practices that will help a child develop a foundation for reading.
Parenting might be the hardest job out there, yet its rewards are immeasurable! We delight in seeing you take pride in the ways your little one is growing and learning each day.
As librarians, we don't have the answers, but we know how to get them! We continue to expand our knowledge around childhood development and we want to be a resource of resources for you.
Please call us at 412-486-0211, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or send a text to 412-219-2575. We will be updating this site frequently. We covet your input so that it can be a help to you.