Pass the Play, Please: Literacy & Learning Through Fun & Games (2007)

a Great-West Life Connecting Communities guide

There are a million ways to encourage kids to get involved in language, literacy and learning. Many of the day to day things that we do with our children have a huge impact on their development.

This guide is meant to introduce parents and older kids to some of the fun ways to play with language. The book has been designed with a “keep it simple” philosophy, so that activities involve few materials (or none) and can be played inside or outside, sitting in a waiting room, or even while watching TV.

Activities are grouped into theme chapters including Fun N’ Games, Creative Cooking, Imagination Station, and Write On! Each activity is assigned a symbol to indicate the appropriate age level – preschool (toddler to JK), primary (K to grade 2), and intermediate (grade 3 – grade 5).

Includes a bibliography.

Get resource
Added: 
2009-10-28
APA citation
Natalie Wilson and Meghan Wylie. Pass the Play, Please: Literacy & Learning Through Fun & Games 2007. Web. 4 Dec. 2022 <http://en.copian.ca/library/learning/passplay/passplay.pdf>
Natalie Wilson & Meghan Wylie (2007). Pass the Play, Please: Literacy & Learning Through Fun & Games. Retrieved December 4, 2022, from http://en.copian.ca/library/learning/passplay/passplay.pdf
© 2022 Copian Library