Turn the Page STL’s Literacy Collaborative has created a  “Story Time Bingo Card” for families and teachers to enhance literacy education for young children by accessing a variety of high-quality, local storytime programs.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and increased virtual learning in the home, the Literacy Collaborative worked to design a fun, regularly updated, easy-to-access storytime game for the St. Louis community. This activity helps build the foundation for your children. Building literacy and language skills help children be kindergarten-ready. This can create a social interaction for children who have communication challenges and create bonding time for you and your kiddo. 

Click HERE to access a different online storytime in the St. Louis Region. 

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The “Story Time Bingo Card” includes storytime programming from the St. Louis Public LibrarySt. Louis County LibraryI Believe Project with St. Louis Black Authors of Children’s LiteratureFerguson Municipal Public Library DistrictUniversity City Public LibraryNine Network of Public MediaMetro East Literacy Project, and Scholastic Book Fairs.

 

Turn the Page STL’s Literacy Collaborative has created a  “Story Time Bingo Card” for families and teachers to enhance literacy education for young children by accessing a variety of high-quality, local storytime programs.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and increased virtual learning in the home, the Literacy Collaborative worked to design a fun, regularly updated, easy-to-access storytime game for the St. Louis community. This activity helps build the foundation for your children. Building literacy and language skills help children be kindergarten-ready. This can create a social interaction for children who have communication challenges and create bonding time for you and your kiddo. 

Click HERE to access a different online storytime in the St. Louis Region. 

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The “Story Time Bingo Card” includes storytime programming from the St. Louis Public LibrarySt. Louis County LibraryI Believe Project with St. Louis Black Authors of Children’s LiteratureFerguson Municipal Public Library DistrictUniversity City Public LibraryNine Network of Public MediaMetro East Literacy Project, and Scholastic Book Fairs.

 

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