Hyden primary school | The World of Children’s Literature 29.6.17
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The World of Children’s Literature 29.6.17

At Hyden Primary School we believe that giving children access to all types of literature is extremely important for their success. Educators, parents, and community members should help students develop a love and passion for reading. Reading literature is important in developing cognitive skills to be able to succeed in a school or work setting.

Hyden Primary School invites you to attend an afternoon regarding the importance of quality children’s literature. Please see details below:

The World of Children’s Literature

When: Thursday, 29 June 2017

Time: 1.40pm-2.30pm

1.20-1.35pm: Reading Musical Chairs run by Lauren Smart and Lorina Mulcahy. Here we will delve into a range of quality literature and provide you with a list of books that are considered beneficial to a child’s development.

1.40pm-2.20pm: During this session visiting author, Danny Parker will run an informative session for parents and community members regarding how to most effectively read a picture book and how picture books make a difference to a child’s understanding when read correctly.

Where: Hyden Primary School Under Covered Area (Please sign in at front office)

Please RSVP to the school office via phone (9880 5053) or email (hyden.ps@education.wa.edu.au) by Friday, 23 June 2017.

 Exposing children to quality literature can contribute to the creation of responsible, successful, and caring individuals. Following this exciting opportunity the students at Hyden PS will be running an assembly that you are also invited to attend. The assembly will begin at 2.30pm and commence at 3.05pm.

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