Wondering where to start?
Why not use one of our simple literacy checklists
to find out where your adventure should start?
Part of the challenge in overcoming the myths around literacy is knowing what literacy looks like.
For teachers it means having the framework, reasoning and understanding that empowers them to teach fundamental early literacy skills like handwriting in ways that make sense and work
For schools, it means becoming clear about what is needed to teach literacy effectively and sourcing and allocating the funds to take the necessary steps
For parents, literacy means having the practical tools and education that empower them to help their child, without blindly relying on an external program
And for children, literacy means a lifelong learning adventure that is fun and enriching. Their capacity to have that experience is within our hands through access to resources like: