Little Free Library

Back in May we posted a post on Adult Learning in Highland.

As part of Family Learning, Quality Indicator 2.5 within How Good Is Our School (4th Edition), schools are encouraged to actively promote lifelong learning, both in families, and as individual learners.

One suggestion we liked was having an area within the school or school grounds to have a ‘Little Free Library’, an area where families could drop off and pick up books to promote reading in the home.

Courtesy of @mandosally on Twitter

Courtesy of @mandosally on Twitter

rwcThe Read, Write, Count website also has a number of suggestions for families on developing literacy and numeracy in the home.

We’d love to hear what you’re up to in promoting family learning in literacy. Leave a comment to let us know.

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