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Thursday October 02 2014
Join staff from WSIU-TV at the University Mall in Carbondale on June 7, 2003 from 1:00pm to 4:00pm for the Share A Story event! In partnership with the Southern Illinois Association for the Education of YOUNG Children and the Stand For Children Day, WSIU-TV will read stories, discuss local needs, and distribute information to families, educators, legislators and businesses. Family Story Booklets and Share A Story Posters will be provided to everyone who visits!
WSIU-TV is proud to participate in PBS KIDS Share A Story , a multimedia campaign to promote children's literacy. PBS KIDS Share A Story, made possible in part by Target Corporation, with additional local funding from The Southern Illinoisan, is a multi-year public service campaign that inspires adults to help children develop language and literacy skills through daily activities including reading, storytelling, rhyming and singing.
WSIU-TV is committed to changing the way Illinois views learning to read.
PBS KIDS Share A Story enjoys the support of:
PBS KIDS Share A Story is a natural extension of WSIU-TV's educational mission. We build this campaign on a solid foundation of educational service and commitment to our community. We offer Ready To Learn and other educational outreach services that enable all families to participate, regardless of wealth, income, or home language.
The activity we encourage first is the tried and true: reading aloud daily. We also encourage a broad range of activities to enable as many people as possible to experience how good it feels to help a child.
To discover more words to grow by, visit the PBS KIDS Share A Story web site. There you'll find resources, book tips and activities for the whole family.
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