Brookline Early Childhood Family Community
Read A Thon
“The All-Brookline Children’s Literacy Event of The Season”
Tuesday, April 23
6 – 8 pm
Main Public Library
361 Washington Street
3rd Floor in Hunneman Hall
ATTENTION ALL BROOKLINE
EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATORS
EARLY CHILDHOOD BUSINESS OWNERS
EARLY CHILDHOOD HEALTH PROVIDERS
This event will showcase early childhood programs and providers that play a critical role in promoting early literacy.
Invite your children and families to an evening of reading.
Demonstrate your program’s
commitment to emerging literacy skills.
You will meet young families and can distribute your program materials.
MAKE SURE THAT YOUR PROGRAM
HOW CAN YOU PARTICIPATE?
Commit to 15 minutes on April 23 to read a children’s book.
Tell us if you can read in a language other than English.
Bring your staff to meet young families. Stay and have some fun.
Meet families as children create their own bookmarkers.
DON’T MISS OUT
LIMITED READER SLOTS
Please call (617) 713-5482
or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
to confirm a read aloud time
on our event schedule
To give as many programs an opportunity to participate, we will limit each program to one 15-minute block. Please let us know the children’s book you want to read, and an approximate time you can attend.
We will send you an event invitation for your families.
There will be snacks and a make your own bookmark activity for children.
Event Co-Chairs: Natalie Layne,
Supervisor of Children's Services at Public Library of Brookline - Barbara Maged, Brookline CFCE Coordinator and BEEP EC Coordinator.
Presented by the Brookline Coordinated Family and Community Engagement/Connections and the Early Childhood Advisory Council