Early Literacy Development Programs

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    Programs that promote pre-literacy and language development skills in children from birth to age five with the objective of preparing them to read. Program activities are both educational and social and focus on helping participants develop oral language skills, expand their vocabulary, develop the concept of a word, have exposure to printed words and connect them to stories, develop phonological and phoneme awareness (sounds associated with letters and words), and recognize letters of the alphabet and connect them to words. Specific activities that promote early literacy development include reading aloud, summarizing stories read, conversations and dialogue, learning new words, exposure to books, rhyming and singing, imitating sounds, identifying syllables, writing and naming letters, attaching sounds to letters, and recognizing words. Programs may be formal or informal, and may include parent participation. Classes are often held at schools, churches, libraries and community recreation centers.

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    Children and Family Literacy Programs - Raising A Reader, Aspen to ParachuteRaising A Reader provides books and guidance to help parents develop the early language and literacy skills of their children ages newborn to six. Every week, every child receives a book bag, with four books to take home for read-aloud time with family. Additionally, Raising A Reader offers different parent education sessions and workshops throughout the year to help parents develop literacy engagement skills with their child.Garfield County817 Colorado Avenue, Glenwood Springs - Raising A Reader, Aspen to ParachuteRaising A Reader, Aspen to Parachute
    Children & Teen Programs - Pikes Peak Library DistrictThe Pikes Peak Library District has a variety of free and fun services for children at the different library locations, as well as computers with educational games and book/movie/music checkout services. Also, the library offers home school resources and services. Go online or call for schedules and information. Special Summer Programs: SummerAdventure@ppld.org Offers a variety of summer programs for children of different age groups. Baby Time: Read, rattle and rhyme! For babies under 1 year with an adult. Toddler Time: Fun Stories for ages 1-2, plus an adult. Book Break: Read aloud session for preschoolers Paws to Read: Specially trained dogs that listen to your child read to them. Music and Movement: Story time with music and dancing ages 2-3, with an adult S.T.E.M. Programs: Different clubs/programs that emphasize Science, technology, engineering, and math for a variety of ages Teen and Tween Programs: Offer a variety of programs for Teens and Tweens both during the summertime and year round.El Paso CountyPikes Peak Library DistrictPikes Peak Library District
    Community Groups - SEVA CommunitySaturday Community Groups: Groups are held the third Saturday of each month 10:00 - 11:00 at the SEVA House. Weld CountySEVA CommunitySEVA Community
    Community Self-Sufficiency Programs - Hope House of ColoradoProvides structured self-sufficiency programs for teen mothers, including the following possible components: - GED tutoring (testing costs, transportation, and possible childcare). - early learning classes for children - healthy relationships classes - parenting classes - financial literacy classes - life skills classes - college and career preparationJefferson CountyHope House of ColoradoHope House of Colorado
    Early Childhood Learning - Earlier Is EasierProvides parents and caregivers with information and activities that promote early learning via English and Spanish websites.Denver CountyEarlier Is EasierEarlier Is Easier
    Library Services - Arapahoe Library DistrictOperates eight branch libraries, mobile library services, and a library at the County Detention Center. Also provides a number of other services to the community such as: - Meeting rooms - Audiovisual equipment - ESL classes - Job and career database - Early literacy programs - Resources for seniorsArapahoe CountyArapahoe Library DistrictArapahoe Library District
    Raising a Reader / United Way of Weld CountyThe program is free and available to all child care providers in Weld County. In addition to the bags of books, child care providers are trained in interactive “read-aloud” techniques that stimulate early brain development and language acquisition. They in turn train parents and caregivers of children in their care, emphasizing the importance of “book cuddling,” or the act of taking time out of the day to sit and bond with your child by sharing a love of books and the magic of storytelling.Weld CountyPromises for ChildrenUnited Way of Weld County

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