A Wealth of Words+Follow on Follett Community
From babyhood through school age, books play important roles in children's lives. They support language and concept development, provide information and entertainment, deepen adult-child relationships, support creativity and the arts, foster social-emotional growth and the development of resiliency, and prime children for later school and life success.
For a young child, a book can be a familiar friend -- or a door to an exciting new world. But all of these potentials can only be realized when we choose books well, share them in small groups or individually so that we can really engage children, and use them as springboards for enriching conversations.
In this webinar, given jointly by a developmental psychologist and a children's librarian, we explore: