To have the best possible start in school, children need a strong foundation of early literacy skills. These are the skills that prepare children to read, write, and use the kind of language they’ll be expected to use in school. Come learn how to plant the seeds of literacy to develop strong language and literacy skills through books and everyday interactions.
This is a free Parkland School Division Family Session. If you have any questions, please contact Early Childhood Services at 780-963-8429.
Supporting your child’s early literacy with songs, rhymes, and stories. Children’s imagination and early language skills develop while the parent-child bond strengthens. These sessions take place online.
Sensory exploration in a fun setting for the 0 – 2 year olds via zoom
Teaching your baby sign language enables you to communicate more effectively and supports emotional regulation in children. Babies respond early to positive reinforcement of their communication.
Teaching your baby sign language enables you to communicate more effectively and supports emotional regulation in children. Babies respond early to positive reinforcement of their communication. This program is for parents with infants 0-12 months. Pre-registration is required.
Through interactive rhyme, parents and children learn songs, finger plays, simple movement games and stories to build important pathways in the brain. This program is a great way to strengthen the parent-child bond.
Preregistration is required.
French/English: Tuesdays, Jan 23 – Mar 13 10:30 – 11:30 – Stony Plain Library