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April 10, 2019

Western Allegheny Pennsylvania One Book Professional Development Workshop

About

Explore early learning activities that enhance this year’s PA One Book selections: 

  • Barnyard Banter, by Denise Fleming (For children birth to 36 months 
  • Not a Box, by Antoinette Portis (For children ages three to five years)

Each attendee will receive a free copy of Barnyard Banter and Not a Box and a light dinner will be served.

Benefits

Attendees will also take away:

  • Ideas for One Book-inspired circle times
  • Fun strategies that support early literacy development
  • Activities that develop early learners’ STEAM skills
  • Family engagement strategies
  • Prizes

One Book is a statewide initiative that promotes the importance of early literacy development for children ages birth to five years. Each April, Pennsylvania celebrates a book whose story and illustrations encourage children’s imaginations and love of reading to build a community of readers.

Credits

In partnership with Trying Together, early childhood educators will receive PQAS credits for their attendance.

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April 9, 2019

Northside Pennsylvania One Book Professional Development Workshop

About

Explore early learning activities that enhance this year’s PA One Book selections: 

  • Barnyard Banter, by Denise Fleming (For children birth to 36 months 
  • Not a Box, by Antoinette Portis (For children ages three to five years)

Each attendee will receive a free copy of Barnyard Banter and Not a Box and a light dinner will be served. This workshop is now full! If you are a Northside provider and still need to register, please contact Rachelle Duffy at 412.421.3889 or rachelle@tryingtogether.org. There is also another workshop the following day on April 10 at Western Allegheny Community Library

Learn how to participate in a ONE Northside art project that highlights child care providers on the Northside!

Benefits

Attendees will also take away:

  • Ideas for One Book-inspired circle times
  • Fun strategies that support early literacy development
  • Activities that develop early learners’ STEAM skills
  • Family engagement strategies
  • Prizes

One Book

One Book is a statewide initiative that promotes the importance of early literacy development for children ages birth to five years. Each April, Pennsylvania celebrates a book whose story and illustrations encourage children’s imaginations and love of reading to build a community of readers.

Credits

In partnership with Trying Together, early childhood educators will receive PQAS credits for their attendance.