Learning games

Play for Literacy: Celebrating January 27, 2011, Family Literacy Day (2011)

The authors of this document encourage families to become aware of the literacy opportunities surrounding them in everyday life. For instance, they point out that children playing “let’s pretend” are building their vocabulary, developing language skills, and learning how to tell a story.

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2011-01-25

How To Kit - 20 Fantastic Outdoor Family Literacy Activities (2009)

This How To Kit was developed to help organizations celebrate literacy in the Northwest Territories. It provides examples of winter activities that can be used to promote family literacy. Some of the activities include winter treasure hunts, cooking, science experiments in the snow, sliding and book parties as well as skating games.

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2009-12-30

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.

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2009-10-28

How To Kit - Family Math (2008)

This How to Kit is a math resource for teachers, family literacy facilitators and families. It offers a variety of easy, fun and hands-on activities for families with children from ages 7 – 10. This kit provides an opportunity to engage families in developing positive attitudes towards math by working and learning together to solve math problems.

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2008-10-08

Elections Toolkit (2008)

This Elections Toolkit includes information that literacy instructors and tutors can use to promote civic participation and literacy development in voting‐age learners. It is divided into three sections.

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2008-09-29

How To Kit - More Literacy Games (2005)

In this How to Kit, you will find a variety of literacy games that people of all ages can play. Literacy games can be a lot of fun. They can help reduce tension, make the learning environment more comfortable, help build positive relationships, and they’re also educational.

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2006-08-22

Starspell 2001 (2001)

This software review from CONNECT features Starspell 2001 by Fisher-Marriot. Starspell is a spelling program for learners who like to work through a range of spelling rules in an orderly progression.

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2003-07-31

The Sea & Me Manual (1998)

A large collection of stories with accompanying exercises for use with tutoring adult learners.

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2003-04-07
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