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Introduction to Early Literacy Project

When:
Tuesday, May 16, 2017, 6:30 PM until 8:00 PM
Where:
Penn Yan Site
http://www.cfresources.org
263 Lake Street
Penn Yan, NY  14527

315-536-1134
Contact:
Heather Fiero
Category:
Professional Development
Registration is required
Cancellation Policy:
A refund or credit voucher will be issued when participants cancel their training registration at least three (3) business days prior to class. Credit vouchers have an expiration date, one year from the date issued to the provider. Child & Family Resources does not issue refunds or credit vouchers when participants do not show up at training unless there are extenuating circumstances. These will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis.
Registrants & Fees
No Fee

This project will give Family Child Care Providers:

¨ A minimum of 9.5 training hours

¨ 20+ children’s books

¨ Early Learning Connections binder with curriculum for infant, toddler, and preschool aged children using creative and stimulating activities

¨ Knowledge on how to prepare the children in your care for school readiness               
using the “whole child” approach

 

After the 1.5 hr information session, if you are interested in the full program, you will receive 8 hours of training, books and curriculum (a $400 value) for a fee of only $25!!

(Training dates determined by providers attending the info session)

 

Quotes from previously trained providers:

¨ "I loved this training. I felt it was different than others taken. Very informative."

¨ “The early literacy training was fabulous. A wonderful addition to my home child care       
         program. I am excited to put it in use."

¨ "The 'picture walk' concept is new and fun."

 

This project is funded in part by:
William G. McGowan Charitable Fund
Nord Family Foundation
New York State Office of Child and Family Services

 

Register with Rhi at 315-536-1134  - registration is required

This program does not qualify for EIP funding.

 

A limited number of curriculums are available!!

Don’t delay– register for your spot before they are gone!