Posts Tagged ‘reading’

Training for Volunteer Tutors of Refugees

In collaboration with Pima Community College’s Refugee Education Program, and the University of Arizona’s Second Language Acquisition and Teaching program, Literacy Connects is offering […]

The Best of Stories that Soar!

Best of Stories that Soar! 2016-2017 Soars to New Heights A special message from Sharon O’Brien, Artistic Director of Literacy Connects’ Stories that Soar! […]

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Refugees and Immigrants Tell Their Stories

The Tucson Museum of Art and Literacy Connects Help Refugees and Immigrants Tell Their Stories   Thanks in part to a generous grant from […]

You’re Invited…

…to stay at home and enjoy your favorite beverage over a good e-book! I’d like to share some of my favorite stories with you. […]

ELAA Student Shares Love of Reading

In 1992, Esperanza came to the United States from Colombia, with multiple college degrees–one a master’s degree in Spanish. She taught Spanish classes at […]

Inspire a Love of Reading: Give Books

 Donate: K-1st grade (ages 5-7), new or gently-used children’s books at one of our local partners. My 92.9 has teamed up with Literacy Connects to […]

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The Magic of Humor: A Review of The Mercy Watson Series

The Mercy Watson Series Author-Kate DeCamillo    Illustrator- Chris Van Dusen  Fountas and Pinnell level-K The Magic of Humor – Book Review by Marsha Schlanger The Mercy […]

Reading Seed Grows Free Book Distribution by 62%!

Reading Seed Free Book Distribution 2012-2013 Books to Reading Seed Students via Coaches (Book Total = 12,347) Reading Coaches give these books to students […]

Congratulations to Reading Seed’s 2013 Bike Giveaway Winners!

Thanks to the continued generosity of Ajo Bikes, Reading Seed was thrilled to once again finish the school year by giving away 10 new […]