Ready Set Learn

The Ready, Set, Learn initiative is brought to you through a partnership between School District No.46 (Sunshine Coast), community partners on the Sunshine Coast, and the Ministry of Education. Every year, families with three year old children who live on the Sunshine Coast are invited to attend a Ready, Set, Learn SPARK! session at their local school. At this session, families receive information on how to support their child’s learning and development. Each child is given an age-appropriate book, and families learn strategies to engage three year old children when reading together. Families are given age-appropriate toys that they can take home to support their child’s learning and play. Ready, Set, Learn SPARK! sessions are offered to all families of three year old children at no cost to families.

To register, phone (604) 885-6787 or email: register4spark@sd46.bc.ca
For more information phone Kirsten Deasey, Coordinator of Early Learning, at (604) 741-5787 or kdeasey@sd46.bc.ca

SPARK!

Ready Set Learn
S.P.A.R.K!
“Supporting Parents Along the Road to Kindergarten” – Beginning at birth, families can attend a 90 minutes class once every fall, winter and spring until their child enters Kindergarten.
Your child will receive a free book in the mail once a month until their fifth birthday! Supplies are ordered in advance, so be sure to register for SPARK! early! To register, phone (604)885-6787 or email: register4spark@sd46.bc.ca
Recommended Links:

The Early Learning Framework
The Early Learning Framework: The primary purpose of this document is to support adults to create rich early learning experiences and environments that reflect the latest knowledge on how best to support young children's early learning and development.

Caring for Kids
This is the site of the Canadian Paediatric Society. It provides information on a range of health and parenting topics

Handbook of Language and Literacy Development:
A Roadmap from 0 to 60 Months
This site has information on the literacy and language development of young children.