Thank you for learning with NCFL this year

On this final Family Literacy Friday, the National Center for Families Learning (NCFL) wants to thank you for reading, learning, wondering, and growing with us this year. While 2020 presented many challenges to us all, we have made the best of it together.

Today we’re looking back at learning videos created by our staff at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. We hope you enjoy learning, reading, and wondering with us once more.

As part of NCFL’s Facebook Live series Persevering together: Insight on innovation and support during COVID-19, NCFL Family Learning Specialist Danielle Norton moderated It’s OK to NOT be OK: Strategies to help children navigate their mental health in these extraordinary times. Joining her were Jakil Hill Turner with Chicago Public Schools, Ashley Lofties with Metro Nashville Public Schools, and Dr. Mary Louise Hammeter of Vanderbilt University. This episode is available in English and Spanish.

From music to Mars, Camp Wonderopolis® covers lots of STEAM subjects and offers a fun and completely free way to learn during school breaks and out-of-school time. Each of our five different Camps contains loads of lessons, Maker activities, and ways to check your learning. Join Amanda to learn more about this resource.

Melissa and her daughter read “The Color Monster” by Anna Llenas. Follow along!

As we close out National Family Literacy Month®, please consider making a one-time or recurring monthly donation to NCFL. The pandemic is making it so difficult for educators and families to help children learn. NCFL is doing the best we can to support children, families, and educators in new, online ways to help keep kids learning while at home. If you can, please donate today to help NCFL serve more families and more communities in this great time of need.

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