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New Workshop

Let’s Give Them Something to Talk About!:
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Developing Narrative Skills in Children
Narrative Skills refers to a child’s ability to tell stories and describe
things. A child’s ability to use narrative skills will have a lifelong
impact in many areas–including math! During this fun-filled
hands-on session participants will learn what “narrative skills”
means and explore books that help develop these skills.
Participants will leave with simple activities and techniques
to help children build narrative skills. Earn 1.5 credit hours
by attending this training session.

Washington Park Library
Thursday, February 21, 6:30-8 p.m.

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