Families As Reading Partners Night

Your Child Can Become A SUPER READER!
Posted on 09/26/2016
Pam Allyn

Who: Pam Allyn, award-winning literacy advocate and co-author of "Every Child A Super Reader"

What: Families as Reading Partners Night. The first 250 families will receive free books from Scholastic!

When: Monday, 6 p.m. October, 10

Where: Liberty High School

 

How can we truly tap into the superpowers inside each and every child? How can we create a world for our children in which they can raise their voices and become empowered as readers, writers, and thinkers? How can we tap into children's strengths--strengths that make them strong, confident, and curious at school and at home?

 

The School District of Pickens County is hosting a Families as Reading Partners Night with world-renowned literacy expert Pam Allyn to help parents bring out the Super Reader in each child. In this session, Pam will share dynamic and practical ways to help children become motivated readers and writers through powerful routines, engaging environments, and other compelling habits.

 

Pam Allyn is an award-winning, advocate, author, and motivational speaker on literacy. She is the founding director of LitWorld, a global literacy initiative serving children across the United States and in more than 60 countries. She is the recipient of the 2013 Scholastic Literacy Champion Award, and is the Global Ambassador for Scholastic's "Read Every Day. Lead a Better Life" campaign. She is the author of 26 books for educators, leaders, and families on reading, writing, and quality learning. Her most recent book is "Every Child a Super Reader: 7 Strengths to Open a World of Possible" (Scholastic, 2015), co-authored with Dr. Ernest Morell. Pam is featured widely in traditional press and on social media as a literacy expert for both home and school.

 

The event will be at 6:00 p.m. on Monday, October 10, at the Liberty High School auditorium. Admission is free, and the first 250 families will receive free children's books from Scholastic.