Family literacy offers a more innovative and proactive approach to literacy development. We open new windows of opportunity so that all Alberta families achieve what they imagine—improved education, jobs, and health.
In 2016 over 10,250 individuals were served by our programs, services, and training!
This free event is for the whole family! Come and participate in fun activities that support language and learning. Families will receive a “passport” that will guide them through the interactive literacy activity centres.
Themes for the centres include science, music, play, technology, health, math, and an Indigenous centre. Special guests will read from their favourite books.
Families who visit a minimum of 4 centres and have their passports stamped will receive a free children’s book while quantities last.
Sunday, January 28
2 - 4 p.m. (drop in)
Robbins Health Learning Centre
City Centre Campus
109 St & 104 Ave, Edmonton
The Centre for Family Literacy presented the Lois Hole Memorial Literacy Awards at our Leading with Literacy Breakfast following a fantastic keynote address, Literacy Matters: The Economic Imperative of Investing in Literacy Skills by
Craig Alexander, Senior Vice-President and Chief Economist, Conference Board of Canada
It’s never too early to instill a love of learning and families play an important role. Our programs help build the confidence and skills parents need to open the door to a lifetime of learning, and they have fun with their children at the same time! All of our programs are free.
Early interactions with your children, like sharing books, talking, singing, or playing, help lay the foundation for early language and literacy – essential skills for success.
Parents will find specially tailored and curated activities ranging from reading, recipes, rhymes and games specifically designed to build strong reading, writing and literacy skills in their child, and have FUN doing it!
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. . . is at the heart of all learning and families have a key role to play in developing and nurturing literacy through every stage of life.
The late, the Honourable Dr. Lois Hole,
Lieutenant Governor of Alberta
It’s never too early!
Children who begin life in a learning environment are more likely to succeed in school and in life and parents are their first teachers. Our programs provide parents with the tools they need to support their children’s early language and literacy development.
It’s never too late!
We also support adult learners on their literacy journey, building on strengths and meeting the individual needs of the learners.