Family Literacy

Fun and interactive programs designed for parents and children.  All programs are FREE.  Offered throughout the year in Tofield, Ryley, Holden, Viking & Spilstead Hall.

Books for Babies

A program designed for parents and children, newborn to 3 years. Parents and children share and enjoy books with a trained facilitator.  Participants receive a free book bag with two free books and tips on the importance of reading to children for oral language development.

Rhymes and Rhythm

A family program created for parents and children up to 5 years of age. Sing rhymes, tell stories and shake your shakers. Share information to support your child's early literacy development.

Tykes Talk

Junior Book Club for Toddlers. Come and take an in depth look at a book through the story and games.

Little People - Simple Snacks

Make snacks while learning essential skills with your child.

Numeracy Nuts

Introduction to basic numeracy for toddlers through books and activities. Activities encourage a love of  reading and books and help to improve fine motor skills. How to help your child learn:

1.  Talk about what you are doing 2.  Look your child in the eyes 3.  Listen as your child talks 4.  Read to your child each day 5.  Talk about the story 6.  Praise your child 7.  Share one new word, song, craft or activity every day

For upcoming dates & registration: www.beavercountycalc.ca 

For more information or to register, contact  Kim Walker or Cheryl Lawson