For over 25 years the Vermont Center for the Book has not only helped change the lives of thousands of young children and their families, but it has empowered librarians, teachers and child-care providers to use picture books, conversation, and standards-based activities to transform the learning lives of thousands of young children all over the country.
How do we do this? In short, with our Mother Goose Programs, we’ve put into practice what children’s librarians have always known: You can use a picture book to talk about—and learn about—virtually anything.
On October 8, it’s the 19th annual Red Clover Award conference! Register today and receive your free digital copy of the Red Clover Award Educator Resource Guide and and pick up your paper copy at the conference. Contact us to purchase the guide separately.
Child Care Support Services at VT Achievement Center in Rutland, VT is hosting More Than Feelings, VCB’s new program for infant/toddler caregivers. Contact Rosie Piontek if you’d like to enroll. Dates: 10/9 and 10/30/2014.
Shameless plug time! Gryphon House has published four of our books, all available now:
Social Studies and Me: Using Children’s Books to Learn About Our World
Math and Science Investigations: Helping Young Learners Make Big Discoveries
Where Does My Shadow Sleep? A Parent’s Guide to Exploring Science With Children’s Books
How Many Ways Can You Make Five? A Parent’s Guide to Exploring Math With Children’s Books